BJP: Tardy justice to be early and easy in state

Suchit Bajpai; Lucknow
The UP Government has begun to review the obsolete laws and is intending to delete it in the wake of judicial reform.
 In a statement the BJP spokes person said that the orders for reviewing the laws have been issued to the different departments on the behest of CM Yogi and asked the reports on obsolete laws. 252 laws are such which are obsolete.
The unprecedented decision to abolish these laws under the cabinet meeting on 20 th March is an step to reform in justice by the BJP.
Not only the departments shall be free from legal hurdles, but also the public shall be able to get the rid of these obsolete laws. Not only this, 111 family courts, 13 commercial courts and land acquisition courts are being established.
 Dr Chandra Mohan said that the district legal authority in 20 districts have been established to provide the justice to the poor. 50 crore budget provision has been allocated for the mediation centre.

He also said that the remedial step by the BJP government to make judicial system strong is worth to welcome. Not only this, the BJP government has allocated 20 crore fund for the toilets in the courts in the wake of public difficulties.

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