Our Aims & Objectives

(i) Educating people, politicians, lawyers, judges and legislators on the importance of efficient and transparent judiciary.
(ii) Free legal aid provided by the state to the poor and needy be made competent enough to match the legal expertise of their opponents.
(iii) Allocation of sufficiently higher fund by the state for hiring senior lawyers for the defence of the poor.
(iv) Proceedings in all the courts be conducted optionally in litigants’ languges with the aid of translators and interpreters.
(v) A system of monitoring of judges’ assets, accountability and productivity to be evolved under special legislations.
(vi) To accelerate the wheels of judiciary so as to prevent social and political criminalization.
(vii) To work towards limiting the no. of adjournments and the time for arguments as well as providing law graduate assistants to the judges for preparing the extract of cases for faster adjudication of cases.
(viii) To introduce double shifts in courts, setting up more fast tract courts and strengthening the system of Alternative Disputes Resolution (ADR).
(ix) To invoke Article 224 & 224-A of the Constitution for the appointments of the additional, acting and the retired judges at the sittings of the High Courts.
(x) To increase the women judges and the judges from the backward classes without compromising the quality.
(xi) Aiming at fivefold increase in the number of judges and the courts for bringing down crores of pending cases to zero backlog level.
(xii) To create permanent corpus of over Rs.1 crore in The TRUST.
(xiii) To make the judicial administration financially independent, accountable and autonomous.
(xiv) To amend, overhaul or repeal the decades and century old statutes commensurate with the time.
(xv) Imparting quality education in the institutions of laws with their ambitious expansions, commensurate with the increase of courts, staff and judges.
(xvi) Offering attractive remuneration and incentives for attracting best and non corrupt legal talents to the judiciary.
(xvii) To make judiciary, a people friendly and democratic institution.
(xviii) Resorting to the Gandhian means such as Satyagrah, fast, disobedience, non co-operation, dharnas, Jail Bharo and such other routes to reach to the goal of the total judicial reforms.
(ixi) To set up service centers or SOCIETY FOR FAST JUSTICE in the major cities of the country.