Sagar for quick disposal of pending court cases
Seeks proper projection of Govt viewpoint
Srinagar, July 17: Stressing on officers to properly project the viewpoint of the J&K Government before various courts, the Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Sagar Tuesday said that the same in required for speedy and early disposal of litigations.
The Minister was speaking during a series of meetings convened to discuss the status of various litigations pending in different courts.
Advocate General MI Qadri, Commissioner Secretary, Law, GH Tantray and senior officers of different departments were present.
Sagar directed the officers to pursue the pending court cases effectively by filing timely replies so that the view point of the government is effectively projected. He said that there should be no untimely delay in the same as it leads to the unnecessary time loss.
He also directed the officers to maintain the status of various litigations pending, on a monthly basis, so that they can be effectively monitored and necessary steps initiated for their disposal.
The Minister said that the government has initiated the necessary steps for up-gradation of the judicial infrastructure across the state so that the people living in rural and far-flung areas get timely justice.
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