Tuesday, June 21, 2005


Chief Justice Sharma inaugurating a newly-constructed building

Sunsari, June 20-The Chief Justice Hari Prasad Sharma has said that the task of dispensation of justice was moving ahead in accordance with the needs of the country, time and the situation.Chief Justice Sharma made this remark while inaugurating a newly-constructed building at the premises of the Sunsari District Court here yesterday.Stating the prestige and the very existence of the judiciary would be called into question if the judiciary fails to perform as per its duty and responsibility, Chief Justice Sharma said all those working in the judicial sector should make justice dispensation more effective and also enhance their working efficiency to win the hearts and minds of the general public.The Chief Justice also said that the judiciary was pursuing works regarding the promotion of alternative ways of settling disputes. At the programme presided over by Chief Judge at the Biratnagar Appellate Court Damodar Prasad Dhakal, Koshi Zonal Administrator Rana Bahadur Chand said that the judiciary should ensure the right of the people to get justice.At the programme, senior advocate Bipulendra Chakravarty, central vice-president of Nepal Bar Association Kedar Bhandari among other speakers underlined the need for the judiciary to uphold the rule of law.Presenting a report on the construction of the building on the occasion, District Court Judge Phanindra Datta Sharma said that the one-storied building with four chambers was constructed at the total cost of Rs. 2,800,193.Judges of various district courts of the eastern region and chiefs of offices were present at the programme.
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