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Report No. 79

20.4. Similarity with past recommendations and need for implementation.-

Perusal of this Report would show that though we have made a number of new fresh recommendations, there are certain other matters about which our recommendations are more or less similar to those that have been made already by the various Committees and Commissions which have, in the past, dealt with the question of delay and arrears. The similarity of those recommendations, in the very nature of things, is inevitable and cannot be helped. The response of those who have spent many years in the world of law to some of the problems faced in the working of the judicial system cannot be very dissimilar or much different, and it should not be surprising if we find a trend towards similarity of the remedies suggested by them.

The fact that, like other Committees and Commissions appointed for the purpose in the past, we have had to pin-point attention to the desirability of resorting to substantially similar steps and measures in quite a number of fields goes to show that much remained to be done in the matter of implementing the recommendations made in the past by the various Committees and Commissions.

It is in the above context that we wish to emphasise that, unless there be positive will and strong desire to give concrete and practical shape to the recommendations, the problem of delay and arrears would dog our steps in the judicial field. It is also plain that there cannot be much satisfaction in having Reports of Committees and Commissions, if those Reports are ultimately to be shelved in pigeon holes to gather dust and to be taken out only when a future Committee or Commission is again entrusted with the task of dealing with delays and arrears.

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