The pertinent need for judicial reform has transformed into a constant debate where the discourse rather than focusing on the fundamental problems deep-rooted in the judiciary has moved towards shifting blame on different governments.
Apart from a fixed number of annual holidays, the courts, from Supreme court to the most subordinate ones, work every day from morning till evening. Still, it is unfortunate but true that there are a staggering 30 million cases pending in the Indian courts and more piling up by the minute.
In reality, these staggering numbers do not give the real picture, not even close, because millions in India still do not have access to justice. So the status quo is that not only is justice being delayed in India but also its accessibility to every stratum of the society cannot be guaranteed.