India is a culturally diverse country. Which means it is home to people who belong to different faiths and follow different practices.
Now, it is no hidden secret that a majority of Hindus and Muslims have not got along well in the past (and maybe in the present too). There have been instances when difference in opinions and understanding (or obsession) of religions has taken a bad turn. In such a situation, it is very important to have a body in the country who thinks rationally and makes their decisions based on facts and evidences rather than being swayed but religious sentiments.
Enter the Indian Judiciary.
The Ayodhya Verdict panel - (L to R) - Justice Ashok Bhushan, Justice S A Bobde, Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi (centre), Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justice S Abdul Nazeer.
Now, a lot of citizens may not agree to this, but in these past years, our judges of the Supreme and High Courts have taken quite bold decisions. How much difference that will make to society is a different story, but to many people out there, just knowing that your country understands and supports you, gives a whole new level of comfort and security.
Abolishment of Section 377 panel - (L to R) - Justice Dipak Misra, Justice D Y Chandrachud, Justice Ajay Manikrao Khanwilkar, Justice Indu Malhotra, Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman
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Triple Talaq Ban - (L to R) - Justice Jagdish Singh Kehar, Justice Kurian Joseph, Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman, Justice Uday Lalit, Justice S Abdul Nazeer