Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has reiterated his government’s commitment to provide the necessary infrastructure facilities to the judiciary to ensure time bound and efficient dispensation of justice to the people.
Laying the foundation stone of the proposed Rs.5.51 crore judicial complex at Pala, the chef minister said it was the responsibility of the government to ensure all infrastructure facilities to the judiciary. The democratic system was based on the conviction of the people that justice would be done without delay. As such it was imperative to have more courts, more facilities and more man power for the judiciary to function efficiently, he said.
This government has sanctions five new family courts and also given the green signal for construction of own building for six courts in the State, he said.
In his presidential address, K M Mani, Minister for Finance and Law said the new judicial complex, when completed would enhance the development of Pala. The complex would comprise of courts, government pleaders’ office, prosecution office, facilities for advocates and their staff, adalat halls, and family court.
V K Ibrahim Kunju, , Minister for Public Works, Kerala High court judge V Ramkumar, chief whip P C George, Jose K Mani and Anto Antony (MPs, N Jayaraj, Mons Joseph, both MLAs, district judge K P Presanna Kumari and others spoke on the occasion.