The Full form of PIL is Public Interest Litigation. India’s Judicial system allows any individual or group of people to initiate litigation by merely addressing a letter to a judge. PIL can be directly filled in the Supreme Court of India and High Courts of India for matters related to public interest like road safety, polluted environments, constructional hazards etc. The need for PIL arises when it was felt that the public interests are undermined by the government and in such a situation, the court directly accepts the public good. The principles of public interest litigation (PIL) is enshrined in Article 39 A of the Indian Constitution.