The government has no current plans to introduce the All India Judicial Service.

Law Minister Kiren Rijiju says the government has been pushing for an all-India Judicial Service . The scheme was accepted by the Committee of Secretaries in April 2013 .

New Delhi: According to Law Minister Kiren Rijiju, the government has been pushing for an all-India Judicial Service to select judges of lower courts from a suitable all-India merit selection scheme at this point.The initiative was accepted by the Committee of Secretaries in April 2013, and Mr Rijiju said it was critical to enhance the overall justice system.His statement showed that there was a disconnect between the state governments and the high courts over the AIJS scheme, adding that although some state governments and high courts favored the scheme, some were opposed to it.He noted that several others wanted to see changes in the central government's plan, as well as the creation of a Judicial Service Commission to facilitate the appointment of district judges and the evaluation of the selection process of judges or judicial officers at any level was also included in the agenda for the Chief Justices Conference in April 2015, where it was decided to leave it open to respective high courts to find the right methods within the current system to fill up vacancies for district judges quickly.

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