1. How will the newly passed Gram Nyayalaya Act help the judicial system in the country:(i) It promises to put many more courts at block and tehsil levels. (ii) It would make justice quick, particularly in case of small disputes and petty crimes. (iii) This will reduce the burden on High Courts and Supreme Court.?





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