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Report No. 79

20.5. Need for speedy implementation.-

Finally, we may add that any report that deals with the question of delay in the disposal of judicial cases and the heavy backlog of arrears can bear fruit only if prompt action is taken on the report and there is speedy implementation of such of the recommendations contained therein as are found to be acceptable. A report dealing with the question of delay must be distinguished from a report dealing with the review of a particular enactment or code. A report of the former kind has an urgency of its own, and it is but imperative that there should be no undue delay in taking action on report which itself deals with the question of eliminating delay.

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