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Union Law Minister said the Center is providing full support to the judiciary in dealing with cases pending in courts

Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju said on Monday that the Center is providing full support to the judiciary in dealing with cases pending in courts. The minister pointed out that more than five million cases are pending in various courts across the country.

Rijiju was addressing the three-day 16th National Conference of ‘Bharatiya Adhivakta Parishad’ at Kurukshetra University campus here in Haryana. He said the government had taken steps to “equip” the courts even during the COVID-19 pandemic so that the courts could function during the period.

Rijiju said several politicians and mediators continue to spread that there is some kind of tension between the Center and the judiciary, and newspapers have many times claimed that the government is trying to “usurp the authority of the judiciary”. He said that ever since Narendra Modi took over as the Prime Minister, the Constitution is considered a “pious book” when it comes to running the country.

“The people of the country must judge who are the people who are trying to destroy this system,” the law minister said. He said judges must be “dedicated” to the people and not to the government. “For us, the judiciary must be committed to the country, but for others, the judiciary must be committed to their (political) parties,” the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader added.

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