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    Telangana High Court Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan

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    Telangana High Court Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan

    Peddapalli: Telangana High Court Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan claimed that all need to function in the direction of maintaining the belief of individuals in the judicial system.

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    Justice Bhuyan together with High Court Judges P Naveen Rao, Administration Judge NV Shravan Kumar and also 14 High Court Judges gone to Nandi Medaram town of Dharmaram mandal in the area on Sunday and also ushered in the freshly developed Junior Civil Judge Court at the town.

    The Chief Justice and also High Court Judges rated by District Judge M Nagaraju, District Collector Dr S Sangeeta Satyanarayana, Ramagundam Police Commissioner Rama Rajeshwari and also Bar Association president RSuresh Babu After ushering in the Junior Civil Judge Court interfaith petitions were performed.

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    Addressing an event Justice Bhuyan claimed that he was enthusiastic concerning the Telugu language and also believed that if the language made use of in the courts was comprehended by the neighborhood individuals, the judicial system can function better.

    He claimed Supreme Court Judge Justice Narasimha in a current conference described the relevance of posting legislation publications in Telugu, legislation programs and also mentor in Telugu language. The use neighborhood language in the area and also in the courts would certainly cause far better results and also boost depend on amongst individuals.

    The Chief Justice claimed that language was a device to connect to others and also described an occurrence that occurred in the Junior Selection Committee atGuwahati He claimed that he has actually chosen courts with excellent expertise.

    In Mumbai High Court, offering court procedures in Marathi had actually included advantages. Similarly, the Chief Justice mentioned that the required actions were being absorbed an organized fashion to give procedures in Telugu in the area degree courts.

    Justice Bhuyan claimed that the facility of Junior Civil Judge Court in Nandi Medaram would certainly enhance the opportunities of obtaining justice closer to individuals. He claimed that 14 High Court Judges came and also ushered in the Junior Civil Judge’s Court with regard for High Court Justice PNaveen Rao

    He claimed that Peddapally area was an extremely historical area with locations like 2nd century Buddhist Stupas, Odela Mallikarjuna Swamy, Kamanpur Adi Varahaswamy Temples and alsoRamagiri Quilla

    He claimed that 16, 465 situations were pending in the courts of Peddapalli area and also actions were being required to settle the pending situations in the judicial system like renovation of framework and also establishing of brand-new courts and also asked the legal representatives and also individuals to coordinate.

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