Vice President Venkaiah Naidu Speaks on CJI SA Bobde's 'Instant Justice' Remark, Says 'Can't Have Constant Delays' Either
Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu speaking at an event. (Photo Credits: ANI)

New Delhi, December 8: After coming down heavily on Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for his comment on rapes in India, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu reacted on Chief Justice of India (CJI) Sharad Arvind Bobde's remark on Sunday. The Vice President, speaking at an event, recalled CJI Bobde's comment where the CJI had said that justice can never be delivered in form of revenge and that he doesn't "think justice can ever be or ought to be instant." Hyderabad Encounter: Justice Should Not Be Misunderstood As Revenge, Says CJI Sharad Arvind Bobde.

The Vice President said that, "I saw a statement by Chief Justice of India, very aptly he said 'you can't give instant justice'.But at the same time you can't have constant delays. It's an area of concern for all of us&everyone should see to it that their duties are well performed." 'India Rape Capital of World' Remark: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu Rebukes Rahul Gandhi, Says 'We Should Never Denigrate Our Country'.

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The CJI, speaking at an event in Jodhpur on Saturday, said, "Recent events in the country have sparked off the old debate with new vigour. There is no doubt that the criminal justice system must reconsider its position and attitude towards laxity and eventual time it takes to dispose off criminal matters." He added that, "But I don't think justice can ever be or ought to be instant. And justice must never ever take the form of revenge. I believe justice loses its character of justice if it becomes revenge."

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday expressed sharp disapproval of Congress lawmaker Rahul Gandhi's remark that India has become the rape capital of the world. Speaking at the convocation ceremony of Symbiosis International (Deemed University) in Pune, Venkaiah Naidu, without taking Rahul Gandhi's name, said that people are maligning India's image on the international level, adding that incidents of rape bring shame to the country.