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Khandu urges legal luminaries to propose ways to defeat attempts made to stall developmental projects

Itanagar, Nov 26 (UNI) Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Thursday appealed legal luminaries to suggest ways to defeat attempts made by few vested interest persons to stall developmental projects by resorting to legal tactics and taking advantage of justice delivery systems.
Speaking at the one-day online national symposium on ‘Justice Delivery Mechanism in India: Existing Concerns and Evolving Dimensions’, organised by Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU), Khandu observed that people knock the doors of the court for justice, but at times, there are people who are out to exploit the judicial system.
“Such people, for their vested interests, take recourse to court proceedings and try to stall public interest, public administration, official discipline and conduct of Government business. Most of the times, they succeed in their malicious design that hampers developmental works and cause huge loss to the state exchequer,” he said and appealed legal luminaries to discuss on it and suggest ways to defeat such designs.
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Shahnawaz, Sahni file nominations for by-election to two seats of Bihar Legislative Council

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