As if the limping judicial system and the cases piling up in the courts were not enough, that the Chief Justice of India T S Thakur lay open a Pandora's box, revealing the gross lack of judicial infrastructure in India.
Thakur argued that 'Make in India' is possible only when we have the right judicial infrastructure to sort out the problems that rise out of disputes.
So, to be precise, he said, "We are inviting foreign direct investment into the country. We want people to come and make in India...we want people to come and invest in India. But those whom we are inviting are also concerned about the ability of the judicial system in the country to deal with cases and disputes that arise out of such investments. Efficacy of the judicial system is so vitally connected with the development."