LAHORE A report of an international institute 'World Justice Project has described the public access to justice as extremely low which is a worrisome feature for our judicial system but the situation is more pathetic towards the legislators as they are involved in law-making. It is a fact that the present judiciary has passed independent and free decisions after a long struggle but these decisions are unacceptable for many in the power regime hence they are still unimplemented. Justice seems a distant dream for the masses as they are crushed from every side either from those to whom they get elected or from the police and others. If we talked about the criminal justice, the whole responsibility could not be laid upon the judiciary. In the language of the law, honesty, impartiality, objectivity and common sense are the essential qualities of a judicial officer who has to decide a case on the basis of the matter produced by the parties. It is for the prosecution to lend force and credibility to a criminal case on the basis of evidence, both human and circumstantial. Now the question arises that how fair, impartial, public serving and daring are our police and the agencies. What are their skill levels to diligently perform their jobs? Coming to justice in civil cases, such elements have put their influence on the basis of their power to grab the rights of the others. Our judicial system needs to take further steps to thwart their attempts in getting their desired results fulfilled. Hence, giving justice is not only the responsibility of the courts which deal with a small class of the people but more than of those who are the custodians of the constitutional and legal rights of millions of people. One thing is certain that we could not have reached to that social degeneration and entangled with such serious problems had the justice been ensured at every level in our society.