On Saturday, Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju said that the central government plans to bring a new bill on mediation in the upcoming winter session of parliament.
The administration also wants to make India an “arbitration hub,” according to Rijiju. “We will introduce a measure on mediation during the upcoming winter session of parliament. The necessary preparations have been made, and “He expressed himself. He went on to say, “We want to make India an international arbitral destination.”
Rijiju was addressing the laying of the foundation stone for a new National Law University in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, which is being proposed.
Rijiju went on to say that the government is eager to collaborate with all National Law Universities, legal colleges, and law academies.
“We want to strengthen India’s judicial system,” he added, adding that “we would take initiatives to strengthen the judiciary.” Rijiju further stated that the government wishes to build a close relationship with all High Court and Supreme Court justices.