Provide easy justice to service seekers: Acting CJ JosheeActing Chief Justice (CJ) Deepak Raj Joshee has directed the Tulsipur High Court and Banke District Court to make judicial service easily accessible and effective.
Acting Chief Justice (CJ) Deepak Raj Joshee has directed the Tulsipur High Court and Banke District court to make judicial service easily accessible and effective.
Acting CJ Joshee, who arrived here in Nepalgunj on Thursday to attend the General Convention of Nepal Bar Association (NBA), made such directive after visiting the courts for the first time after assuming the post. He also urged the courts to make internal management effective in order to make it easier for the people to get service. He told the courts to arrange funds for internal management either from internal sources or by seeking support from the centre.
Joshee also directed high court to implement the decision to grant leave to justices so as to ensure the presence of at least one justice at commerce bench of the court.
In a circular issued on Wednesday, the Supreme Court (SC) had informed about the decision to ensure the presence of at least one justice at the commerce bench following growing complaints about empty bench.
During the acting CJ’s visit, Tulsipur Nepalgunj High Court bench presented the progress report. The report said that District Court Banke has been striving to meet the target of justice delivery this year.