Only 38% cases under Consumer Protection Act disposed off by 2018 in Karnataka
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Only 38% cases under Consumer Protection Act disposed off by 2018 in Karnataka

By Live Mint calender  24-Aug-2019

Only 38% cases under Consumer Protection Act disposed off by 2018 in Karnataka

The Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy recently unveiled the Briefing Book — Strengthening Communities and Building Systems, a list of recommended reforms in Karnataka. The recommendations focus on reforms that will create the most widespread, on-the-ground change for the citizens of Karnataka, while also creating and improving avenues that enable them to excel.
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The recommendations primarily focus on issues encountered by citizens in spheres of education, empowerment, technology, transportation, property, etc., all of which can be countered by effective governance.
In order to do so, the policies of the government need to be centred around its people by building communities on the bedrock of strong and efficient systems and institutions.
Some of the recommendations and findings include creating a safe and sustained environment for children, extending the ‘good touch bad touch’ concept to all schools, promoting early education, regulating private university education and funding public libraries across Karnataka.

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