Andhra Pradesh

CJI to inaugurate judicial complex today

CJI Justice Ranjan Gogoi being welcomed by Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday.

CJI Justice Ranjan Gogoi being welcomed by Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday.   | Photo Credit: HAND OUT

Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday met Chief Justice of India Justice Ranjan Gogoi at a hotel here on the eve of the inauguration of the judicial complex at Nelapadu in Guntur district.

Earlier, Mr. Justice Gogoi and Judges of the Supreme Court N.V. Ramana, Lavu Nageswara Rao and R. Subhash Reddy, were welcomed by A.P. High Court Registrar General Ch. Manavendranath Roy, Registrar T. Venugopal and State Legal Services Authority member-secretary P.V. Rambabu.

Mr. Justice Gogoi would inaugurate the judicial complex, which would accommodate the temporary High Court and related offices, at 11 a.m. on February 3.

The complex has been built in 4.20 acres at a cost of ₹173 crore with 2.52 lakh square feet of office space, according to a press release.


The court hall of the CJ measures 2,480 square feet and those of the judges 1,240 square feet each. There are 23 court halls and facilities such as the offices of the AG and public prosecutors, advocates’ association hall, advocates’ chambers, and library. A permanent HC building, with 12.20 lakh sq ft space, is coming up nearby at a cost of ₹820 crore.

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