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Gujarat 4th In Delivery Of Justice

| Updated: April 4, 2023 16:47

In the latest India Justice Report (IJR) 2022, the state of Gujarat is at the fourth rank among the 18 large and mid-sized states with populations over one crore, as per the justice delivery namely Police, Judiciary, Prisons, and Legal Aid. 

Karnataka, on the other hand, has achieved the first rank in delivering justice in the above-mentioned categories. Tamil Nadu is in the second rank, followed by Telangana in the third. The lowest-ranked state is Uttar Pradesh, which is at 18th rank. This report is based on data from the four pillars of the justice system: the police, the judiciary, the prison system, and legal aid.

According to the report, which was released on Tuesday in New Delhi, Andhra Pradesh is in fifth rank. 

The report said: “The list of Seven Small States with a population less than one crore each, was topped by Sikkim which was ranked second in 2020. Sikkim has been followed by Arunachal Pradesh which was at rank 5 in 2020 (2020 and Tripura is at rank three). 

Tripura held the top spot in 2020. This is the third edition of IJR, which Tata Trusts launched in 2019.

Centre for Social Justice, Common Cause, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, DAKSH, TISS-Prayas, Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, and How India Lives, IJR’s data partner, are some of the foundation’s partners. After 24 months of quantitative study, this report is developed. 

The IJR 2022, like the previous two, has monitored how well states have done at enabling their justice delivery systems to efficiently provide required services.

The study, which is based on the most recent official figures from reliable government sources, combines previously segregated data on the four pillars of justice delivery—police, judiciary, prisons, and legal aid.

Budgets, human resources, workload, diversity, infrastructure, and trends were examined through the lens of each pillar in comparison to the state’s stated standards and benchmarks.

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