Assam Chief Minister Inaugurates State-of-the-Art Judicial Court Building in Sivasagar

Guwahati, 15th June: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on June 15 inaugurated a new Judicial Court building in Sivasagar, marking a significant milestone in enhancing legal infrastructure and promoting “Ease of Justice” across the state. The inauguration ceremony was graced by the presence of Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court, Hon’ble Mr. Justice Vijay Bishnoi, who joined the Chief Minister in dedicating the new facility to the public.

Chief Minister Sarma shared the news on Twitter, highlighting the government’s commitment to improving judicial accessibility and efficiency. “With an aim towards ensuring Ease of Justice, I am joining the Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court, Hon’ble Mr Justice Vijay Bishnoi to dedicate a new district court building in Sivasagar,” he tweeted, accompanied by a video showcasing the modern infrastructure of the new building.

The newly constructed District Court building in Sivasagar is designed to consolidate all legal services under one roof, providing comprehensive and convenient access to judicial processes for residents of Sivasagar and neighboring areas. Chief Minister Sarma underscored the state’s investment in judicial infrastructure, noting, “We are spending ₹300 cr to improve judicial infrastructure across all districts.”

The inauguration of this state-of-the-art facility is expected to streamline legal proceedings, reduce case backlogs, and create a conducive environment for effective judicial operations. By centralizing legal services, the new court building aims to enhance accessibility and ensure a more efficient delivery of justice for the people of Assam.

The initiative reflects Assam’s proactive approach in bolstering its legal framework and underscores its commitment to fostering a robust judicial system that meets the evolving needs of its citizens.

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