Mudigere gets senior civil court

Mudigere gets senior civil court

The aspiration of the judiciary is to deliver justice to all people in the country, said Karnataka High Court Judge A N Venugopal Gowda.

He was speaking after inaugurating senior civil court, at a programme organised by Chikmagalur judiciary and taluk Bar Association at Mudigere on Saturday.

He said that the establishment of new court will help the clients seeking justice and the advocates. Advocates should make use of the opportunity to offer service to the clients. The establishment of senior court at taluk centre will also help the junior advocates to practise the profession. Senior advocates should guide their junior counterparts, the High Court Judge  said.

“The court was instructed to function one day a week. But, the accident cases can be transfered from the district court to the taluk court and it can function on two days a week - Friday and Saturday. We have directed the Session Judge to submit a proposal seeking a building to the court. We will act upon it once we receive the proposal,” he said.

District and Sessions Judge H S Kamala said that the new court will help clients to avail justice in a convenient way.

National Advocates’ Parishat Vice President S L Bhoje Gowda, said that Praishat had recently convened its meeting and passed a resolution to demand the government to increase the advocates welfare fund, appointment of law graduates to various departmental jobs, offer a stipend of Rs 5,000 to junior advocates during the first two years of their profession.

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