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Sunday, December 31, 2017

Public Interest Litigation (PIL)

  • Any member of the public can now initiate a proceeding on behalf of the aggrieved person ( esp. if the person is too poor or unable to move the court on his or her own ) in either the High Court or the Supreme Court for enforcement of constitutional rights.
  • A destitute citizen can file a writ petition even through a simple letter written on a postcard.
  • This derives from the ‘right to be heard’ as implied by Article 32.
  • Cognizance of public litigation cases’ by the Supreme Court has added a new dimension to its role.