"There is no option but to go digital" stated the Union Law & Justice minister while on a visit to CAS, in Supreme Court
National: Union Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju on Monday stated that efforts would be made to weed out redundant files while having a short visit to the central agency section in Supreme Court. After getting ideas and recommendations from the sources, Rijiuju decided to go for the digitization of all the old records rather than just removing them.
On the 18th of October Rijiju on his Twitter handles mentioned that he would remove all the unnecessary files which are taking lots of space inside the store so that new space could be created for the new files.
"Visited Central Agency Section at Supreme Court Complex. These are tonnes of legal documents of various Ministries & Agencies. In line with PM Narendra Modi ji's vision of Digital India we will weed out redundant files and digitise all records to ensure a paperless work culture," the law minister added this second tweet after having recommendations on his previous tweet.
There were more such recommendations in his tweet.
The section coordinates with law officers and government counsels handling cases in which central ministries or departments are a party. It is usually headed by an additional secretary level official.
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