Judiciary beset with poor infrastructure: Justice Massodi
Srinagar, Mar 22: Maintaining that judiciary was beset with poor infrastructure, Justice Hasnain Massodi of J&K High Court today stressed the need for integrating modern technology and IT tools with the administration of justice system to make it efficient and result oriented.
He said it was necessary that the courts had sufficient accommodation and court complexes were equipped with modern facilities and adequate staff.
Speaking at a function organized in connection with stone laying of court complex at Pattan here, Justice Massodi said: “A number of courts are still housed in either rented buildings or buildings of other departments. There is dearth of staff at all levels. Though eight district courts were created more than a year back, staff for these courts is yet to be sanctioned,” he said.
He said this, however, did not mean that nothing had been done. “A number of court complexes including multi-crore court complex at Srinagar are coming up. Construction of court complex at Pattan is an important step towards supplementing infrastructural facilities in Mufassil courts in district Baramulla.”
Among others present on the occasion were Chief Justice of High Court, Justice Dr Aftab Hussain Saikia, Justice F M Ibrahim Kalifulla.
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