外文标题：Before investing here, China wants to study India’s legal system
NEW DELHI: With China planning to make big investments in India, it wants to study the legal system here and has expressed willingness to sign at least five MoUs with the Indian government.
Chinese justice minister Wu Aiying met law minister Sadananda Gowda on Wednesday and discussed India's legal system and its alternate dispute resolution mechanism.
The NDA government has agreed to send a team of officials to China for study the Chinese legal system and how to finetune India's criminal justice system. "China has high disposal rates and India will like to learn from it," Gowda told TOI.
Beijing is also keen to see how India manages convicted prisoners. But since the issue falls in the domain of the home ministry, the matter is being referred there.
India, on the other hand, wants to have a closer look at the Chinese criminal justice system. Seeking to woo Chinese investment as part of its 'Make in India' campaign, the government plans to aggressively encourage Chinese companies to set up their manufacturing units here.
"They have suggested some MoUs... they want to have mutual cooperation on various legal issues," Gowda said.
KRISHNA NAND TEWARI (Unknown)
The oldest civilization must learn from each other for benefit of mankind .
Yuvarajan M (CBE)
need to careful as they can disturb the economy..
If China starts to study on anything in India to improve their system, by the end of this century another Edward Gibbon can pen "The History of the Decline and Fall of the Eastern Empire"!!!!
Vavuluru Sudhakarbabu (tpt)
It should not be allowed as they may cause harm by this pretext.
Ranjan Kumar (Lucknow)
It will be interesting to know China's opinion about our legal system. May be, they find instant justice is injustice.
nihar jain (Unknown)
THERE IS NOTHING TO STUDY IN LEGAL SYSTEM OF INDIA. ALL ONE SHOULD HAVE IS A POLITICAL GODFATHER, A GODFATHER & MONEY. THATS IT IF ANYONE HAS ALL THIS THEN HE IS THE LAW HERE
Manuj Khurana (Unknown)
There is nothing to study in Indian Legal system.. it's is completely flawed... and so bleak that anyone can twist it as per their wish.. It's just complete mockery in the name of system..
Pankaj Kumar (Pune)
India may learn speed whereas China may learn system.