Uttar Pradesh Budget 2021: State Government to Establish a National Law University at Prayagraj

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During the ongoing Budget Session of the Uttar Pradesh State Assembly, the State’s Finance Minister recently announced that the government has decided to establish a National Law University in the Prayagraj district.

It was reported that the proposal to establish the University was raised in 2003, but due to disagreements, the same was pressed down. Again, the issue was taken up in 2020, and the State government gave a green signal to construct the National Law University in Prayagraj. It was informed that the law university will be established on 25 acres of land in Jhalwa on behalf of the government.

The reasoning stated by the government was, that it will increase opportunities for students and the opening of law universities will open the way for students to study law in and around Prayagraj. Diploma and degree courses will be conducted in it. Along with this, students will have the facility of research in the field of judicial and other legal services, lawmaking, law reform further, it has been reported that the estimated size of the 2021 Budget is Rs. 5,12,860.72 crore.

Here are some of the important allotments, which have been marked for the field of Law and Justice.

A sum of Rs. 150 crores has been marked for the Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court and subsequently, Rs. 450 crore has been marked/allotted for the main building at Allahabad.

A sum of Rs. 100 crore has been allocated for constructing houses/residences of High Court judges and Rs. 400 crore has been proposed for the establishment of subordinate/lower courts in various districts of Uttar Pradesh.

The Finance Minister also informed the House that a sum of Rs. 75 crore has been marked for setting up CCTV cameras in all the lower courts of Uttar Pradesh.

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