A Welfare Transition from Women's exploitation to empowerment: A Special emphasis on Fast Track Courts in India
Dr. Anindita Choudhury
Exploitation, Empowement, Fast track Court, Swift Justice system, Justice denial, Delay in justice
It is a known reality that women have long been exploited in a variety of contexts, both psychologically and physically. The media frequently draws attention to several factors that contribute to sexual and moral abuse, many of which go unresearched. When analyzing its primary causes, it becomes clear that a major factor impeding women's empowerment is due to the fact that the courts are overburdened with such unresolved cases. And as delay in justice led to denial in justice, a unique kind of court known as a "fast-track court" is created to streamline the legal system and provide justice more quickly. Cases involving major offenses like rape, murder, sexual assault, etc., or cases of significant public interest like corruption, fraud, etc., are sent to the fast-track courts. Their goals are to improve the efficiency of the legal system and reduce the accumulation of pending cases. Fast Track Courts may benefit women by providing a swift justice system through their expeditious case resolution and thus may accelerate the process from women's exploitation to their empowerment.
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Unique Paper ID: 164199

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 899 - 906
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