September 13th, 2011
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TN CM allots 645 crores for development of courts

JayalalithaaChennai: Tamilnadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has allotted Rs 645 crore for the development of courts, and other related judicial infrastructure, Law Minister G Senthamilan has said. He said this at the inauguration of Combined Court Buildings and Judicial Officers Quarters at Poonamallee near here.

Speaking on the occasion, he said to protect a multi-cultural society an independent judiciary plays a vital role and this awareness made the Chief Minister set aside Rs 645 crore for 2011-2012. The Minister said that to produce quality lawyers in the country a National Law School has been established in Tiruchi.

He also said that the Chief Minister has earmarked necessary funds for the development of fast track courts in the State. Senthamilan said that State government is taking all possible steps to render justice to poor and downtrodden. He also said the Chief Minister accords priority to welfare of judges and lawyers. The Madras High Court Chief Justice MY Eqbal said that this court complex is an ideal model and five more courts are being constructed in the State and added that lawyers and judges should work in tandem.


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