The Government of Karnataka has issued a notification on 11th July, 2023 by further amending Karnataka Government (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1977. These amendments aim to enhance the allocation of responsibilities within the government and align them with the principles of law, justice, and human rights.
The amendments to the Karnataka Government (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1977 have introduced important changes in order to address the modern requirements of governance. One significant modification is the rebranding of the “Law Department” to the “Law, Justice, and Human Rights Department.” This change signifies a broader approach to encompass not only legal matters but also a stronger focus on justice and human rights.
The amended rules reflect the state government’s commitment to ensuring that the principles of justice and human rights are integrated into the fabric of governance. By expanding the scope of the department, it is expected that there will be enhanced attention to issues related to justice and human rights, leading to a more inclusive and equitable society.
Additionally, the amendments address the functioning of the “H. RECRUITMENT RULES AND APPOINTMENTS” sub-heading. The department’s name is updated to reflect the broader focus on law, justice, and human rights. This modification is expected to have a positive impact on the recruitment and appointment processes within the department, ensuring that these processes are carried out in accordance with the principles of justice and human rights.