Over 31 lakh cases wait a subsequent date of conference in courts, reveals data

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New Delhi: Amid a discuss on ways to check rising pendency in courts, new information says out of a over 2.20 crore cases accessible ordering opposite a country, a subsequent date of conference has not been bound for over 14 per cent of them.

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This means that a courts have not nonetheless motionless on when these 31,45,059 cases will be taken adult for a subsequent hearing.

According to a information accessible on a National Judicial Data Grid, as on 24 Jun this year 2,20,75,329 cases are tentative in several courts.

Out of these, 31,45,059 (or 14.25 per cent of a sum tentative cases) have been categorised as ‘undated cases’.

Any box for that a subsequent date of conference has not been reserved is called an undated case.

The information contend that of a over 31 lakh undated cases, 21,75,750 are rapist cases, while 9,69,309 are polite in nature.

Gujarat, according to a information accessible on a Grid, leads with 20.46 per cent undated cases, followed by West Bengal with 14.96 per cent cases. Madhya Pradesh has 13.13 per cent undated cases and Delhi 3.22 per cent.

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At a new assembly of a Supreme Court eCommittee, a Himachal Pradesh High Court had suggested introduction of “some arrange of incentive” for shortening a series of undated cases.

The eCommittee of a Supreme Court was set adult in 2004 to support a Chief Justice of India in formulating a inhabitant process on computerisation of Indian law and advise on technological, communication and management-related changes.

Of a over dual crore cases pending, some-more than 10 per cent have remained unsettled for over 10 years.

Out of a sum pendency, 83,00,462 or 41.38 per cent cases are tentative for reduction than dual years, while 21,72,411 or 10.83 per cent cases are tentative for over 10 years.

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