Kundapur: Foundation stone laid for Rs 6 crore new court building

Silvester D’Souza

Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP)

Kundapur, Jun 9: “We will be able to lead a free and excellent life if the society is healthy. Therefore, our role is important to create an environment, free from legal cases in view of the health of society. Everybody should work hard towards that goal,” said Supreme Court judge Justice S Abdul Nazeer.

He was speaking after laying the foundation stone for the new court building being constructed at a cost of Rs 6 crore in the town on Saturday, June 8.

Justice Abdul Nazeer further said, “70% of the cases reported to Bihar and Orissa courts are criminal cases and 30% are civil. As civil cases get delayed without early decision, we should ensure their speedy disposal. A well-equipped court building coming up in the town has made me glad.”

State High Court Justice Srinivas Oka said that the number of cases pending for several years without disposal is large in all the courts. “Their number needs to be reduced. Therefore, the efforts of the Bar Association and public administration for the construction of the new court building are praiseworthy,” he said.

Udupi district administration division justice B A Patil presided over the programme. State High court judge Justice B Veerappa, central government additional solicitor general K M Nataraj, Udupi district court judge Justice C M Joshi, additional district Judge Prakash Khanderi, Kundapur Bar association president Salvadi Niranjan Hegde, chief secretary Pramod Hande and others were present.

Advocate Ravikiran Murdeshwar welcomed the gathering. K C Shetty rendered the vote of thanks. Malyadi Jayaram Shetty compered the programme.      

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