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Discussion on ‘India Justice Report’ held at RGNUL in Patiala

Discussion on ‘India Justice Report’ held at RGNUL in Patiala

The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law’s Centre for Criminology, Criminal Justice and Victimology (CCV) held a discussion on India Justice Report here. - File photo



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Patiala, April 19

The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law’s Centre for Criminology, Criminal Justice and Victimology (CCV) held a discussion on India Justice Report here.

The India Justice Report, an analysis of expenditure, vacancies, representation of women, human resources, infrastructure, workload, diversity across 18 large and medium-sized states and seven small states, has been prepared by Tata trusts in collaboration with various other centres.

Maja Daruwala, Chief Editor of the India Justice Report (IJR), was the key speaker during the event.

She cited the vision of the publication and said it was oriented towards presenting a holistic picture of the justice delivery system that would be credible, fair, unbiased and indefensible to sustain attention to the issue of justice administration.

“The report tends to provide figurative data devoid of opinions to initiate a public discourse,” she said and also discussed the research methodology and challenges faced by the team while extracting and compiling the data.

Professor GS Bajpai, Vice-Chancellor, RGNUL, said: “India justice report addresses capacity deficit within the Indian Justice System.”

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