Masses still have no access to judiciary, says former CJ

२८ भाद्र २०७५, बिहीबार

Damak –Former Chief Justice Sushila Karki has said Nepal’s judiciary is still out of access of the common people.

Taking part in an interaction programme on ‘access of common people to justice’ here today, the former chief judge of the Supreme Court insisted on the need of a significant change in service delivery in the judicial system. “A limited number of people have access to the judiciary” she said at the programme organised by Youth Network Damak.

She went on to say that masses lacked knowledge regarding process for justice and land mafia and middle persons could have their influence on the judiciary, speaking of the need of further reforms there.

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