Hyderabad, Aug 30 (UNI) Andhra Pradesh Government is fully committed to strengthening the judiciary by ensuring speedy disposal of cases, Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy said today.
Inaugurating a two-day Southern State Bar Councillors' meet here, he said to achieve this, the Congress Government had set up 108 subordinate courts in the last four years.
''My Government will leave no stone unturned for better legal administration'', he added.
Taking a cue from the NALSAR, which turned out to be one of the best law universities in the country, the state Government had decided to start a law university with three law colleges in the three regions in the state for students from rural areas, he said.
Chief Justice Anil R Dhave, expressing concern over the 'falling standards' in the legal profession, urged practitioners to concentrate on updating their knowledge. Public Interest Litigations (PILs) played a very important role in the administration of justice in the country, he added.
State Law Minister R Chenga Reddy urged the litigant public and lawyers to make use of alternative dispute resolution methods like arbitration and conciliation for speedy justice.
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