Government will fulfil the demands of the High Court: Minister
Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa said on Sunday that his Government was providing all support and infrastructure to courts to help them ensure speedy disposal of cases.
He was addressing a gathering after inaugurating the JMFC court building here.
He said that his Government had sanctioned Rs. 82 crore for construction of court buildings and added that of the proposed 57 court buildings, 17 had been given sanction.
Lauding the role of judiciary in a democratic set up, the Chief Minister said that there was a need for speedy disposal of cases.
Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs Suresh Kumar said that an e-library would be introduced for the benefit of lawyers.
He said that hardly three per cent of the aggrieved persons approached court seeking justice, which itself had become a big proposition to handle.
The Law Minister said that there was a need to open more courts to dispose of the increasing number of cases.
Mr. Suresh Kumar said that the Government would fulfil the demands placed by the High Court.
Anand Bhaira Reddy, judge of the High Court, spoke.
B.Y. Raghavendra and Ayanur Manjunath, MPs, Principal District and Sessions judge S.M. Shivannagouda and R.K. Siddharamanna, MLC, were present.