Justice knows neither friend nor foe , as it is God who renders it and the "panch" who pronounces the verdict speaks the voice of God. God lives in the Panch is a perfect example of this statement. Here , we get to see , that in the first case, Alagu impartial and gives his verdict against his dear friend, though he was aware of the consequences of such a doing. In the second case , we see that Jumman does not pronounce his verdict against Alagu , in spite of the differences between the friends in the previous panchayat. From this , we can justify the fact that "justice knows neither friend nor enemy"