Bhopal : The Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath has said that compliance of law is more challenging than enacting laws. This is connected to good governance and public welfare. The Chief Minister was addressing the concluding session of the 4th Justice R.K. Tankha International Moot Court Competition-2019 at the National Law Institute University here today. The competition was organised by the Office of the Senior Advocate and Member of Parliament Shri Vivek Tankha.
Shri Kamal Nath said that laws should be used in the interest of such deprived sections, which are not able to use laws made for their welfare. He further mentioned that the rights of deprived sections are protected through laws. Shri Nath said that justice is such a state, when an individual becomes sensitive towards his/her duties and responsibilities. Reforms in governance and administration are needed most today. When good policies get incompetent endow system then it proves poorer. People do not get its benefits, he added.
The Former Justice of the Supreme Court Shri D.M. Dharmadhikari and Registrar of Singapore International Arbitration Centre Shri Kevish Nash also addressed the programme. The Chief Minister presented prizes to the winners of the competition. The first prize was bagged by the National Law School of Bengaluru and Gujarat National Law University was declared runner up.
On this occasion, a report consisting works carried out by the institute in the direction to make villages free of legal disputes and legal assistance provided to poor was presented to the Chief Minister. Shri Kamal Nath also released ‘Indian Arbitration Law Review’. Those who present on the occasion include the Vice Chancellor of National Law Institute University, Bhopal Dr. V.Vijay Kumar, Registrar Sushri Giribala Singh and student contestants of various Law University Institutes.