Victimization and Administration of Criminal Justice in India

Mitesh Ajmera and Manish Patel
Manipal University, Jaipur, India

Volume I – Issue I, 2020

The whole planet’s criminal justice system is at the forefront of state and state power. The duty of the state is Law and Order. With this primary obligation, the state promotes stability, wealth, preserves order and government, and provides all with access to justice. It is anticipated that every person of today’s welfare state will have basic human rights. The judicial process provides a method for redressing these offences if these rights are violated. Any time a person is wounded, injured, killed as a result of a crime, he or she is called a “victim.” Crime affects the individual victims, their families and also causes the sufferers to incur monetary losses. Such crimes inflict serious and psychological harm to the families of victims of crime. By providing the sufferers with easy accessibility to justice, this sort of act must be adequately and well remedied by the judges. It is only in the last few decades that the effects of victimisation on crime have affected the individual and attracted their attention to the current criminal justice system and called for treatment with dignity and compassion to ensure that their fundamental rights must be safeguarded and preserved.

Keywords: Crime, Victim, Rights, Criminal Justice, Victimization.


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