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Nitin Gadkari: ₹7210 Crore Allocation for e-Courts Mission Mode Project Phase III

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In a significant development, Nitin Gadkari, the Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, recently unveiled exciting news regarding the modernization of India’s judicial system. He announced that the Union Cabinet, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has given the green light to the e-Courts Mission Mode Project Phase III. This project is set to receive a substantial financial allocation of ₹7210 crore, signifying the government’s commitment to enhancing the efficiency and accessibility of the judicial process.

Gadkari emphasized that the e-Courts Mission Mode Project Phase III is an ambitious endeavor designed to bring about a fundamental transformation in the way courts operate in India. The primary objective is to establish online and paperless courts, thereby ushering in a new era of convenience, cost-effectiveness, and transparency within the judicial system, ultimately benefiting all citizens.

“This project aligns with the government’s Digital India initiative, aiming to harness the power of technology to make services more accessible to the people. By digitizing court processes and records, individuals will be able to access judicial services from the comfort of their homes, reducing the need for physical appearances in courtrooms”.

Nitin Gadkari’s announcement underscores the government’s commitment to modernizing critical sectors and embracing digital solutions to enhance governance and public services. The e-Courts Mission Mode Project Phase III is a significant step in this direction, reflecting India’s resolve to ensure that justice is not just blind but also technologically advanced, efficient, and easily accessible to all its citizens.

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