The chief justice SANJAY KAROL has asked for disposal of 92 thousand cases pending in the civil court at the earliest. He said these things while addressing the inauguration ceremony of the new building G+5 in the Behavioral Court complex on Sunday. The Chief Justice said that the total population of siwan district is 33 lakhs. In such a situation, 92 thousand cases are pending, which becomes the responsibility of lawyers as well as judicial officers to settle them. It is hoped that the pending cases will be disposed of at the earliest. Referring to the Corona period, he said that the lockdown was imposed on 24 March 2020, despite this, the doors of the court were not closed even for a day in the entire state. By doing the first e-filing on April 13, set an example from Bihar. After this, hearing is being done till date through digital hearing and digital filing. For this everyone’s cooperation was discussed. The Chief Justice told the same goal to give justice to all. WHAT SUGGESTION DID MR JUSTICE SANJAY KAROL GIVE TO YOUTH BOYS AND GIRLS?
The Chief Justice asked the young boys and girls to participate enthusiastically in the judicial examination. Said that this country belongs to everyone. But now the thinking has to be changed, we all also belong to this country. Earlier in the ceremony.
District Judge honored all the eleven judges including the Chief Justice by giving memento and angavastra along with saplings. Justices Rajiv Ranjan Prasad, Madhuresh Prasad, Mohit Kumar Sah, Anjani Kumar Sharma, Anil Kumar Sinha, Prabhat Kumar Singh, Sunil Kumar Pawar, Surendra Singh, Satyavrat Verma and Rajesh Kumar Verma attended the function. The stage was conducted by Judicial Magistrate RS Pandey and Judicial Magistrate Shugam Kumari. The vote of thanks was given by ADJ One Akhilesh Kumar Jha. A large number of judicial officers and lawyers including ADM Raman Kumar, SP Abhinav Kumar, Advocate Union President Pandey Rameshwari Prasad alias Chhote Babu and General Secretary Prem Kumar Singh were present on the occasion.
TELL PEOPLE THEIR FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS?
The Chief Justice asked the members of the Legal Services to go to the villages and tell the people about their fundamental rights. Referring to all the 520 villages of the entire district, he said that go to every village and tell the people that justice and judiciary have come from your doorstep. Removing the misconceptions sitting in the hearts of the people, he said that before 1976 there was a thinking that judges sit behind the boundary wall, whereas it is not so. The amending the Act increased the jurisdiction of the judges.
CHIEF JUSTICE SANJAY KAROL REACHED MAHENDRANATH TEMPLE? Several judges, including Chief Justice Sanjay Karol, reached the historic Baba Mahendranath temple in Mehandar on Sunday and offered prayers. The Chief Justice reached Mehandar at around 3 pm via Darauli-Siswan. Head Priest Takeshwar Upadhyay offered prayers to the Chief Justice with rituals. Earlier, the judges paid their respects at the statue of Deshratna located in the ancestral residence of Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Jiradei. Also visited Dronacharya’s temple situated on the mound located on both sides of Darauli. During this, the Chief Justice and other judges learned the history from the priest of the temple.