Legislature, Executive and Judiciary need to work as equal partners – Jharkhand CM

Ranchi: Chief Minister Hemant Soren participated in the inauguration program of the three-day training organized on the subject “Process of law making and responsibility of the executive” in the auditorium of Jharkhand Legislative Assembly. On this occasion, the Chief Minister said “the process of law making and the responsibility of the executive” is a very important subject. This training program will be helpful in smooth running of the Vidhansabha in the coming times.

On this occasion, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Alamgir Alam, Vidhan Sabha Speaker Rabindra Nath Mahto, MLA Mr. Lambodar Mahto and other dignitaries were present. Chief Minister Hemant Soren said the constitution of the country is such a wonderful mixture where different powers have been given to institutions like legislature, executive and judiciary to run the parliamentary system. Legislature does many things including passing bills for the welfare of the people of the country and the state, bringing amendment proposals, making rules and regulations, policy making. 

The executive works to implement these rules, policies and programs brought by the government and the judiciary works to interpret the laws and give justice. The Chief Minister said institutions like the legislature, executive and judiciary need to work as equal partners. They should take each other along and work in the right direction so that the general public can get the full benefit of the work done by them.

Chief Minister Hemant Soren said almost 23 years of Jharkhand state are going to be completed. Being a new state, the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly does not have much experience in the legislature, but now it is necessary that the legislature and the executive work with better coordination and coordination on a permanent basis.

The Chief Minister said we are people’s representatives who come after winning the elections, form the government, but some arrangements work permanently. These permanent systems and institutions should not worry about whose government is in the state, rather there is a need to think about the systems running properly. I understand that some things go on continuously without interruption and this training program is organized for how to run these systems smoothly.

The Chief Minister said in the legislative system, all of us do many other important tasks, from making rules through the Vidhan Sabha to passing many bills. All these rules and regulations have to pass through the executive system. Therefore, it is necessary that better coordination is established between the legislature and the executive, only then all the work can be completed in a smooth and strong manner. When the coordination between the legislature and the executive is not done properly, then many questions arise inside the assembly. It is necessary that all of us should discharge our collective responsibility to run all these tasks smoothly.

Chief Minister Hemant Soren said the basic spirit of the democratic system lies in our constitution. The speed with which new laws are made or amendments are made in the legislative system, in such a situation it is necessary to ensure the compliance of the bill or ordinance passed by the legislature. The Chief Minister said there is a need to revise these subjects after a long gap. Over time, many things start moving in different directions. It is necessary that discussions and seminars should be held on all these things.

On this occasion, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Alamgir Alam and Speaker of Jharkhand Legislative Assembly Rabindra Nath Mahato also threw light on the importance and usefulness of the subject while keeping their respective views on the topic “Process of law making and responsibility of the executive”. Special Emphasis was also laid on how better coordination can be established between the legislature, executive and judiciary.

Former Secretary General of Lok Sabha PDT Acharya, Chakshu Rai of PRS, DGP Jharkhand Ajay Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Vandana Dadel, Secretary to Chief Minister Vinay Kumar Choubey, Secretary in-charge of Jharkhand Legislative Assembly Syed Javed Haider were present on the occasion. Senior officials of Indian Administrative Service, Indian Police Service, and Jharkhand Administrative Service were also present.

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