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Allahabad HC chief justice concerned over pendency of cases

 2015-11-06 09:49:49.0

DYChandrachud Ghaziabad: �Expressing concern over pendency of cases, Allahabad High Court Chief Justice Dhananjay Yeshwant Chandrachud on Friday said Ghaziabad judgeship alone has 1.44 lakh cases pending before it since its inception in 1976. Other districts in Uttar Pradesh also follow the same trend, Justice Chandrachud said while addressing a function to inaugurate the CBI court complex here.�In view of delayed justice, the Allahabad high court has launched a drive to build up infrastructure on a priority basis and to fill vacancies. "A total of 1,900 courts will come into existence through our efforts," he said. He said the high court has requested the state government to identify land for establishment or expansion of courts in all 75 districts. "District courts are laying the foundation of justice. So their infrastructure plays an important role in delivery of justice." (IANS)

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