Public interest Litigation gives people the authority to file litigation in public interest, in any court of law. Some of the examples of public interest issues could be terrorism, constructional hazards, pollution, and road safety. The issues which affect public at large can be resolved by filing PIL (Public Interest Litigation).

Public Interest Litigation has not been defined in any edict or act. The judges interpret it looking at the intent of public.

Law Universities in Rajasthan incorporates these types of matters in the curriculum. So, gear yourself up to study all these if you have enrolled in any such program.

Can I File Public Interest Litigation?
In normal cases, the victim/ aggrieved has to file his case in a court of law; he/…



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