With a aim to streamline the working in the nation’s councils, the Supreme Court on Wednesday requested that the Center explore the practicality of bringing all semi legal bodies under one specialist for effectiveness in working. A five-judge Constitution seat, headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, said it is probably of the view that bearings given by the peak court in its two decisions of 1997 and 2010 for bringing every one of the councils of the nation under one nodal organization ought to have been executed some time in the past. The seat, which manages opportunities in councils, said recommendations of the look cum-determination committee for the arrangement of individuals in the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) ought to be implemented inside two weeks The seat was hearing a request documented by the Madras Bar Association in 2012 looking for requests to the Center for executing the headings in the pinnacle court’s prior requests. Amid the consultation, Attorney General K Venugopal, showing up for Center, brought up a few troubles in actualizing the zenith court’s requests, including the need for an amendment of the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1961. Venugopal said that in the event that the Law Ministry is to go about as the nodal organization, at that point it would need to manage different issues, including more than a large number of arrangements of individuals from the courts and setting up framework. Venugopal proposed that for the effective and autonomous working of the court, a central body called the National Tribunal Commission ought to be created Senior promoter Arvind Datar, showing up for the solicitor, said that for a smooth working of councils, one umbrella body is required.