Kiren Rijiju, the Union Minister of Law during his speech on the joint conference of the Chief Justices of High courts and the Chief Ministers of different States said that the Ministry of Law will readily assist the state governments in creating National Judicial Infrastructure Corporations at the state level, with due importance to district courts and lower judiciary.
Rijiju while addressing a joint press conference said the Government is happy to assist the state Governments in creating National Judicial Infrastructure. He further said that unanimously many a resolutions have been adopted by the Government.
The Law minister said that the Government is committed to ensure that all decisions and consensus reached during the conference are tabled, cleared and supported.
While talking about the implementation of many decisions, Rijiju pointed out that many state governments said that committees may be constituted at the state level, rather than the national level because the implementation as well execution of the works lies with the state government at the state level which is a good point.
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Rijiju said that it is indeed great to know that the Chief Ministers and Chief Justice have agreed that the body will be created at the state level with the involvement of the CMs and Chief Justices or their nominees.
He further added that when CMs(Legislatives) and Chief Justices(Judiciary) comes together, many hurdles can be crossed and results become achievable.