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Sufferings of justice seekers, judges, lawyers to be mitigated: Anisul

Published : 25 Jul 2022 11:30 PM | Updated : 26 Jul 2022 02:38 PM

People in the country, particularly backward section has been suffering a lot for long for absent of court buildings across the country. Infrastructural facility is inevitable for making functional of judiciary. So, long standing sufferings of justice seekers, judges and lawyers in Rangamati due to lack of infrastructural facility in running judicial activities will be mitigate in many extent from now on. 

Minister for law, justice and parliamentary affairs, Anisul Haque MP said this while speaking at an inaugural function of newly constructed Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Court in Rangamati on Sunday. He virtually joint in the programme from his secretariat office and opened the court as the chief guest. 

Earlier, the judiciary division faced huge backlog of cases for want of court buildings and judges in entire country. For this reason, disposal of cases would get delay and people deprived from their right to justice. To resolve this problem, our government has taken this initiative. So, adequate judges and staffs were appointed and more posts for lower courts were created and more staffs will be appointed gradually.     

Law minister further said that two more such court buildings will be constructed in Bandarban and Khagrachhari under the ongoing CJM court construction project across the country. 

We need to take many more steps to build the judiciary of dreams, added Anisul.

President of parliamentary standing committee for food ministry affairs Dipanker Talukder MP and chairman of Rangamati Hill District Council, Aung Sui Prue Chowdhury were attended the programme as special guests while secretary of law and judiciary division Md. Golam Sarwar in the chair. 

Chief Judicial Magistrate Md. Faruque made the welcome speech. 

District and session judge Md. Nurul Islam and president of Rangamati Bar Association advocate Mokhter Ahmed were also addressed, among others. 

A five storey CJM Court building with the tenth storied foundation has constructed with all facilities by spending Tk 20.32 crores. Rangamati Public Works Division implemented the project.

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