Supreme Court: CJI Ramanna raises questions on infrastructure before Justice Minister – Better infrastructure in courts is just an idea.

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Mumbai

Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Updated Saturday, 23 October 2021 02:05 PM IST

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The Chief Justice said that it has become a mentality for courts in India to run in dilapidated buildings. He said a proposal has been sent to set up a National Judicial Infrastructure Authority.

Chief Justice NV Ramanna
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Chief Justice of India NV Ramanna questioned the infrastructure in the courts during the opening of the Aurangabad Bench affiliation of the Bombay High Court on Saturday. He said there was a mentality in India that courts were running between dilapidated buildings. Justice Minister Kiran Rijiju was also present on the occasion when CJI NV Ramanna commented on the infrastructure of the courts.

Better infrastructure is always an idea
CJI NV Ramanna said it had become an idea that Indian courts would operate in dilapidated buildings, making it difficult for the judiciary to function. He said better infrastructure in the courts was still an idea for the people.

Proposal sent for legal infrastructure
A proposal from the Chief Justice for setting up a National Judicial Infrastructure Authority has been sent to the Ministry of Justice. Speaking during the inauguration, he said, “I urge the Minister of Justice to expedite the proposal by raising this issue in the forthcoming Parliament sessions.

The court guarantees democratic rights
The CJI said that a democratic society needs courts a lot. He said that the people of the society have the highest confidence in the justice system and in a democracy only the court can guarantee the democratic rights of the common people.

Giving full support to the judiciary
Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju said on the occasion that besides providing full support to the judiciary, all efforts were being made to strengthen it. He said a strong judiciary was essential for a strong democracy. He said he would visit Jammu and Kashmir on October 29 to see how legal aid could be provided in the border areas.

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Chief Justice of India NV Ramanna on Saturday questioned the infrastructure of the courts during the inauguration of the Bombay High Court ura Rangabad bench. He said India had the mentality of running courts between dilapidated buildings. Justice Minister Kiran Rijiju was also present on the occasion when CJI NV Ramanna commented on the infrastructure of the courts.

Better infrastructure is always an idea

CJI NV Ramanna said the idea had become that Indian courts would operate in dilapidated buildings, making it difficult for the judiciary to function. He said that even today the people are getting better infrastructure in the courts.

Proposal sent for legal infrastructure

A proposal has been sent from the Chief Justice to the Ministry of Justice for the establishment of a National Judicial Infrastructure Authority. Speaking during the inauguration, he said, “I urge the Minister of Justice to expedite the proposal by raising this issue in the coming Parliament sessions.

The court guarantees democratic rights

The CJI said that a democratic society needs courts a lot. He said that the people of the society have the highest confidence in the justice system and in a democracy only the court can guarantee the democratic rights of the common people.

Giving full support to the judiciary

Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju said on the occasion that besides providing full support to the judiciary, all efforts were being made to strengthen it. He said a strong judiciary was essential for a strong democracy. He said he would visit Jammu and Kashmir on October 29 to see how legal aid was being provided in the border areas.

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