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Law Minister Meghwal Stresses Urgency to Alleviate Overburdened Courts by Addressing Pending Cases

Minister of Law, Meghwal, Emphasizes the Necessity of Easing the Burden on Courts through Resolution of Pending Cases

Law Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal highlighted the urgency of easing the burden on courts by addressing the issue of pending cases. During a ‘Chintan Shivir’ organized by the Department of Legal Affairs and Legislative Department of the Law Ministry, Meghwal emphasized the importance of repealing outdated laws and simplifying complex legislation to achieve this objective.

Equitable access to justice for all citizens was another key point emphasized by Meghwal during his address. The Department of Legal Affairs provides advisory support to the government on intricate legal matters, while the Legislative Department is responsible for drafting bills for various ministries and reviewing crucial policy documents and ordinances.

Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the government has already taken significant steps to eliminate redundancy in laws. More than 1,400 obsolete laws have been scrapped through repeal bills presented in Parliament. PM Modi has also emphasized the importance of drafting laws in simple language, ensuring that even the most economically disadvantaged individuals can comprehend them.

According to a statement from the law ministry, Meghwal reiterated his commitment to advancing ongoing initiatives and ensuring equitable access to justice for all citizens. He further expressed his dedication to relieving the burden on courts by repealing outdated laws and simplifying complex ones. These efforts are aimed at streamlining the judicial process and promoting efficiency in the legal system.

Law Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal has underscored the pressing need to alleviate the burden on courts by tackling the issue of pending cases. Speaking at a ‘Chintan Shivir’ organized by the Department of Legal Affairs and Legislative Department of the Law Ministry, Meghwal emphasized the significance of repealing outdated laws and simplifying intricate legislation to address this matter effectively.

During his address, Meghwal reiterated the importance of ensuring equal and fair access to justice for all citizens. The Department of Legal Affairs plays a vital role in providing expert advice to the government on complex legal matters, while the Legislative Department is responsible for crafting bills for various ministries and scrutinizing key policy documents and ordinances.

The current government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has already made substantial progress in eliminating redundant laws. Over 1,400 outdated laws have been abolished through repeal bills presented in Parliament. Prime Minister Modi has also stressed the necessity of drafting laws in a language that is easily understandable, enabling even the most marginalized individuals to comprehend new legislations.

According to a statement released by the law ministry, Meghwal reiterated his unwavering commitment to advancing ongoing initiatives and ensuring equitable access to justice for all citizens. He further expressed his determination to alleviate the burden on courts by repealing obsolete laws and simplifying complex ones. These endeavors aim to streamline the judicial process, enhance efficiency within the legal system, and ultimately provide timely and effective justice to the people.

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