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Bhardwaj for for national law schools in Northeast

Posted by egovindia on June 27, 2006

Bhardwaj for for national law schools in Northeast
Ranchi | June 27, 2006 12:40:05 AM IST

The Centre is keen on establishing national law schools in the Northeastern region and asked the governments concerned to take initiatives for its materialisation, Union Law Minister Hans Raj Bharadwaj today said.

Terming the legal education as of paramount importance, Mr Bharadwaj stressed the need on encouraging more and more tribal people to study law and become judges.

”We have already had such colleges in Hyderabad, Kolkata, Bhopal to name a few…I have asked the Asom government to find land for the project, ” he told UNI here.

The Union Minister said his design was to produce good judges by imparting quality legal education and added he was focussing on tribal belts having such colleges, which he hoped would help get judges from among them.

Referring to Jharkhand, Mr Bharadwaj said the state had made good progress in terms of instituting such colleges, for which 40 acres had already been sanctioned.

He hoped the project would be completed soon in the state.



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