Kiren Rijiju, the Union Minister of Law during his speech on the joint conference of the Chief Justices of High courts and the Chief Ministers of different States said that the Ministry of Law will readily assist the state governments in creating National Judicial Infrastructure Corporations at the state level, with due importance to district courts and lower judiciary.
Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana’s dream project, the National Judicial Infrastructure Authority of India (NJIAI), now seems set to become a reality. The aim of the NJIAI is to upgrade and refurbish the judicial infrastructure of courts.
Supreme Court issues notice to its administrative wing, as well as the Centre, over a petition seeking creation of a 'Judicial Vista' around the existing premises of the Apex Court, besides a Central authority to fund the judicial infrastructure
Development of infrastructure has been hampered by fund crunch and under-utilisation. Will the SC’s e-court project, which has been on for 18 years, make a difference to the crumbling state of affairs?
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