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During the conference, PM Modi spoke in favor of the ease of justice, saying that it is ensured when law and order improve in line with societal advancement.
New Delhi: On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a video speech to the All India Conference of Law Ministers and Law Secretaries. In his speech, Modi stressed the need to free India from colonialism for it to advance.

PM Modi added that we have eliminated 32,000 compliances in the last eight years to make living easier. We must remove the regressive colonial laws to free ourselves from colonialism; only then will India progress in the truest sense. To make life easier during the past eight years, we have deleted 32,000 compliances, according to the news agency OUR SOURCES’ report.
During the conference, PM Modi spoke in favor of the ease of justice, saying that it is ensured when law and order improve in line with societal advancement.
“We established evening courts in Gujarat. Petty crime cases were heard in these courts, which relieved the strain on the courts and allowed for quick resolution of issues. It assures that there is Ease of Justice when law and order evolve in tandem with societal advancement, Prime Minister Modi was quoted as saying by OUR SOURCES.
In addition, PM Modi urged the repeal of “regressive colonial laws” and discussed technological advancements in legal services. ” In India, technology plays an important role in the legal system. Virtual hearing and electronic filing are currently available in India, and 5G services would boost them much more, according to PM Modi, as reported by OUR SOURCES.
In Gujarat’s Ekta Nagar, the Ministry of Law and Justice is conducting the two-day conference. The conference’s goal, according to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), is to give decision-makers a place to debate issues about the Indian legal and judicial systems, Our Souces said.

To Advance India, It Is Vital To Remove The Chains Of Colonialism, PM Modi Said At A Conference Of Law Ministers

During the conference, PM Modi spoke in favor of the ease of justice, saying that it is ensured when law and order improve in line with societal advancement.
New Delhi: On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a video speech to the All India Conference of Law Ministers and Law Secretaries. In his speech, Modi stressed the need to free India from colonialism for it to advance.

PM Modi added that we have eliminated 32,000 compliances in the last eight years to make living easier. We must remove the regressive colonial laws to free ourselves from colonialism; only then will India progress in the truest sense. To make life easier during the past eight years, we have deleted 32,000 compliances, according to the news agency OUR SOURCES’ report.
During the conference, PM Modi spoke in favor of the ease of justice, saying that it is ensured when law and order improve in line with societal advancement.
“We established evening courts in Gujarat. Petty crime cases were heard in these courts, which relieved the strain on the courts and allowed for quick resolution of issues. It assures that there is Ease of Justice when law and order evolve in tandem with societal advancement, Prime Minister Modi was quoted as saying by OUR SOURCES.
In addition, PM Modi urged the repeal of “regressive colonial laws” and discussed technological advancements in legal services. ” In India, technology plays an important role in the legal system. Virtual hearing and electronic filing are currently available in India, and 5G services would boost them much more, according to PM Modi, as reported by OUR SOURCES.
In Gujarat’s Ekta Nagar, the Ministry of Law and Justice is conducting the two-day conference. The conference’s goal, according to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), is to give decision-makers a place to debate issues about the Indian legal and judicial systems, Our Souces said.