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Andhra Unnecessary Departments And Outdated Laws

AP CM Chandrababu Naidu

In the pursuit of good governance, the Andhra Pradesh government has initiated the process to scrap the obsolete law and superfluous departments.  When law becomes outdated it should be repealed and the new one should be properly consolidated and this will help to reduce litigations and lead to effective governance. As per the assessment made by officials so far, there are about 129 acts which are redundant.

The National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR), Hyderabad, has been entrusted with the job of identifying the obsolete law and suggest ways to abolish the same. On the same lines, to improve administrative efficiency an exercise is put into force which shall carefully study the human resource component of the various departments. It also helps in finding the unnecessary departments which are actually a drain on the resources.

It also helps in finding the unnecessary departments which are actually a drain on the resources.
In order to coordinate the above-said process, a high-level committee has been formed. Since this action is contemplated by NITI Aayog, it is also helping the state government in this exercise.

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