GUWAHATI: is all set to get a se parate high court building. Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister on Sunday laid the foundation stone in Itanagar. The event was attended by Chief Justice of Guwahati High Court Ajit Singh. Khandu said, “It‘s a dream come true to have a high court building in the state after 18 years since the permanent bench of the Gauhati High Court in was inaugurated here in the year 2000 exactly on this very day. I am hopeful that justice delivery system will be smoothened and fast-tracked by the coming up of this high court building.”, said Bikash Singh

Khandu said the new building will be built entirely from state‘s own resources without depending on the Centre. He set a two-year target for its completion.

He lauded the service of CJI Singh for his advisory role in strengthening the justice delivery mechanism in the state with the creation of new courts and manpower in the last two years.

“For development to pick up pace, the state needs to have efficient justice delivery system and law and order in place,” said the Chief Minister and added that since last two years there has been remarkable improvement in law and order in the state. He also said culture which affected the state earlier have almost come to halt.

The chief minister said the district legal service authority created in 17 districts are giving their best performance conducting lok adalat in regular period of time and disposing minor cases locally. About 4000 cases have been disposed through lok adalat, informed the Chief Minister.

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