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Report No. 114

2.2. Basic changes not manifested in the past.-

This reverence of an entrenched few for the system thwarted every move for its re-structuring. While admitting on all hands in 1958 and 1978 that the system has been over-reached, dilatory, expensive and injustice-ridden, the will to suggest basic changes did not manifest itself. In between, efforts were made to rejuvenate it by suggesting some reforms so as to reduce the time in obtaining justice, to clear backlog of arrears, to make it comparatively less expensive so that the criticism against it can be met to some extent.

Gram Nyayalaya Back

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