Naavi has been expressing a thought that India should work at being the Global Hub for ODR and hence the services of odrglobal.in needs to be promoted vigorously.
Today IE reports the following quote from Mr Modi.
“Seeking that India emerge as a global hub for arbitration, the PM pointed out that businesses seek assurances that commercial disputes would be resolved efficiently. Hence, a robust legal framework backed by a vibrant arbitration culture is essential, he said. This alternative dispute resolution should simultaneously facilitate arbitration, mediation and conciliation, Modi said. “This will provide additional comfort to investors and businesses. More importantly, it will also ease the case load on Indian courts. An enabling alternative dispute resolution ecosystem is a national priority for India. We need to promote India globally as an arbitration hub,” he said.
CJI Mr T.S. Thakur concurred with the view and said the “ever increasing avalanche of cases” to push this alternative method of resolving commercial disputes.They were addressing a global conference on ‘National Initiative Towards Strengthening Arbitration and Enforcement in India’.
Hope they also see value in the existence of a ready to use service in www.odrgloal.in and encourage its adoption in some organizations under their control.