With traffic challan cases constituting 37.4 per cent of the 2.68 crore cases clogging the lower courts, the Law Commission has come out with a novel way to deal with the situation by recommending appointment of law graduates to preside over special traffic courts. In its latest report submitted to the Law Ministry, the panel has said if law graduates preside over special traffic courts, judges in the lower judiciary can take care of other pressing cases.
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