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Approach Law Commission regarding the Citizens Charter: Supreme Court to petitioner

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The Supreme Court on Monday directed Advocate Ashwini Upadhyay to approach either the Law Commission, or any other competent authority, regarding a petition seeking Citizen’s Charter.

The Apex Court told the BJP leader to withdraw the petition, which demanded that every government department should have a Citizen’s Charter, so as to ensure time-bound delivery of goods and services.

Upadhyay said that he has examined 77 reports and the Executive was bound to implement the Citizen’s Charter. He added that this will help millions of people.

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The top court of the country then said, “Who are we to tell the Law Commission? You either approach the Law Commission or the Law Ministry. We do not know what you wish to do.

“First, go to the authority, then come to the court if they cannot. Here, people come to the court first and then go to the authority!,” added the Apex Court and disposed of the plea.

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