Why do you think we need the government to find solutions to many disputes or conflicts?
The Indian Constitution lays down the basic rules that have to be followed by everyone—be it the government or the citizens. The government is entrusted with the power and responsibility to see to it that the laws of the Constitution are followed by all the various individuals and groups present within the social, political and economic spheres.
A conflict arises when there is a clash of interests. In such a case, the government steps in, in any of its various forms (courts, Panchayats, police, etc.), to bring about a peaceful and best possible resolution to the conflict. It could be a conflict between two individuals, religious sects, between organisations, between an organisation and its workers, or even between states.