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Report No. 77

1.4. Public confidence in Courts.-

For efficient discharge of the responsibilities of the courts, it is essential that the broad confidence which the people have in them, the high prestige and the great respect they have enjoyed should be maintained and not be subject to any eclipse. The community has a tremendous stake in the preservation of image of the courts as dispensers of justice. Weakening of the judicial system in the long run has necessarily the effect of undermining the foundations of the democratic structure.

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