The players and suggestions in India’s criminal justice reform
Author(s): Naresh Meena
Abstract: The Indian legal system is renowned for its independence and commitment to fairness. Pre-British Indian judiciary dates back to 17th-century times, and the first high court was established under colonial rule. The criminal judicial system is a delegated activity that deals with one of the most difficult crimes in contemporary society. This study focuses on the role of the police in the criminal justice system, namely in the investigation of a crime. It is equally important that the court work to retain public trust. There is crime in our society, and it is critical that each and every criminal be punished in order to keep our society safe. Delays in resolving cases raise uncertainty about how effectively justice can be delivered by the system, according to this study article.