Public interest litigation (PIL) refers to litigation undertaken to secure public interest and
demonstrates the availability of justice to socially-disadvantaged parties and was introduced
by Justice P. N. Bhagwati.
A PIL is a petition that an individual or a non-government organisation or citizen groups, can
file in the court seeking justice in an issue that has a larger public interest. It aims at
giving common people an access to the judiciary to obtain legal redress for a greater cause.
PIL is not defined in any statute.
It is the outcome of judicial activism to take cognizance of a cause at the instance of any person even
if it does not affect him personally, but affects the public at large.Public interest litigation is not
defined in any statute or in any act. It has been interpreted by judges to consider the intent of public
at large. Although, the main and only focus of such litigation is only Public Interest there are
various areas where a Public interest litigation can be filed
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