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Friday, November 8, 2019

Maharashtra Tops In Justice Delivery India Justice Report

Maharashtra topped India's first-ever ranking of states on justice delivery. Top Positions Reached by the Different States Kerala and Tamil Nadu follow Maharashtra. Goa topped the list which is followed by Sikkim and Himachal Pradesh. It is unveiled by former Supreme Court Judge Justice Madan B. Lokur. Uttar Pradesh and Bihar shared the last and second last spot among the 18 states in the report. The stark conclusions when aggregated for an all-India picture. The four pillars of the justice delivery system needed to work together. The prisons in the country occupied at 114 percent, where 68 percent are undertrials awaiting investigation, inquiry, or trial. The report pointed out that over five years, Gujarat was the only state to have reduced vacancies across all posts. Among 18 large and mid-sized countries with over one crore population, Uttar Pradesh showed a higher intention to improve its capacities across the three pillars of the justice delivery system Police, prison and judiciary than most of the other states. Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh in the last five years showed greater intention to improve on several trend indicators such as improvement of the share of women in police, improving the percentage of women functionaries in prison, increasing its budget utilization, the case pending per High Court judge and reducing vacancies among High Court judges.It also highlighted that over five years, Maharashtra and West Bengal showed the highest intention to improve their capacities, followed by Gujarat, Haryana, and Punjab, while among the small states Goa, Meghalaya and Himachal Pradesh topped the table. The report also pointed out that there was a very poor representation of women in both police and judiciary. States do not even meet the minimum standard of 33 percent, while Chandigarh has the best representation of women in police at 18 percent. Around 80 percent of SC/ST/OBC reservations required to be followed and that there are high vacancies in prison staff.

from Current Affairs 2019 for Competitive Exams Current Affairs Today Maharashtra topped India's first-ever ranking of states on justice delivery. Top Positions Reached by the Different States Kerala and Tamil Nadu follow Maharashtra. Goa topped the list which is followed by Sikkim and Himachal Pradesh. It is unveiled by former Supreme Court Judge Justice Madan B. Lokur. Uttar Pradesh and Bihar shared the last and second last spot among the 18 states in the report. The stark conclusions when aggregated for an all-India picture. The four pillars of the justice delivery system needed to work together. The prisons in the country occupied at 114 percent, where 68 percent are undertrials awaiting investigation, inquiry, or trial. The report pointed out that over five years, Gujarat was the only state to have reduced vacancies across all posts. Among 18 large and mid-sized countries with over one crore population, Uttar Pradesh showed a higher intention to improve its capacities across the three pillars of the justice delivery system Police, prison and judiciary than most of the other states. Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh in the last five years showed greater intention to improve on several trend indicators such as improvement of the share of women in police, improving the percentage of women functionaries in prison, increasing its budget utilization, the case pending per High Court judge and reducing vacancies among High Court judges.It also highlighted that over five years, Maharashtra and West Bengal showed the highest intention to improve their capacities, followed by Gujarat, Haryana, and Punjab, while among the small states Goa, Meghalaya and Himachal Pradesh topped the table. The report also pointed out that there was a very poor representation of women in both police and judiciary. States do not even meet the minimum standard of 33 percent, while Chandigarh has the best representation of women in police at 18 percent. Around 80 percent of SC/ST/OBC reservations required to be followed and that there are high vacancies in prison staff. https://ift.tt/2NrJ2ud

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