Need for better infrastructure in country’s courts
Jabalpur. Chief Justice of India Justice Deepak Mishra has said that there is a need for better infrastructure in the courts of the country. Not only are necessary facilities needed in all the courts, but the environment should also be in accordance with the court's dignity. Chief Justice was addressing the inaugural function of newly constructed District Court complex in Jabalpur here today.
Expressing his happiness over the creation of the new Court Complex in Jabalpur, Chief Justice said that Jabalpur Court Complex is in no way less than the Saket Court considered the finest court of Asia. Congratulating Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for this the Chief Justice said that all the courts of the country need such excellent infrastructure and state-of-the-art facilities.
He hoped that Madhya Pradesh will become the leading state by taking steps in this regard. The Chief Justice expressed confidence that Madhya Pradesh would become an example for the entire country in establishing better infrastructure in the courts and ensuring effective, speed and quality justice.
CM said that the inauguration of the huge building of the District Court constructed at a cost of Rs 192 crores by the Chief Justice is a very important opportunity for a culture capital. The inspiration came from Chief Justice Shri himself and his idea was further seconded by the Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court Justice Hemant Gupta and Chief Justice of Patna High Court Justice Rajendra Menon. The Chief Minister said that the need for furniture for advocates will also be fulfilled. Chouhan told that the Advocate Protection Act is nearly ready and will soon initiative will be taken through an Ordinance.
Madhya Pradesh High Court Chief Justice, Justice Hemant Gupta also addressed the programme. Chief Justice of Patna High Court Justice Rajendra Menon and M.P High Court Administrative Justice, Justice S.K. Seth was also present during the programme.