Court is not just a structure but a sanctuary of justice: Governor

  • Dedication of modern District Court building built at a cost of Rs 115 crore

Bhopal: Governor Shri Mangubhai Patel has said that the court is not just a structure but a sanctuary of justice. It is imperative that people from all walks of life get timely justice here. Governor Shri Patel said this on Sunday at the dedication of the newly constructed District and Sessions Court building in Gwalior. Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav, Union Civil Aviation and Steel Minister Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia, Supreme Court Justice Shri J. K. Maheshwari and Justice Shri S. C. Sharma, Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court Shri Ravi Malimath and Administrative Justice of High Court Division Bench Gwalior Shri Rohit Arya were present in the programme.

Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav underscores the significance of judiciary, executive, and legislature as the three pillars of democracy. The completion of the modern District and Sessions Court building in Gwalior promises improved access to justice and enhanced facilities for visitors. Lawyers and judges will benefit from a conducive working environment. =

Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav said that today was a historic milestone for Gwalior, marking the bestowment of three significant gifts in a single day. These include the inauguration of the new air terminal, the modern District and Sessions Court building, and the new premises of MITS College, which has also attained the esteemed status of Deemed University. This achievement stands as a matter of pride for all of us.

Union Minister Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia said that Gwalior is moving rapidly towards development in the golden period of the country. Today Gwalior has received three big gifts. The huge airport, new court building and new building of MITS have also been dedicated in Gwalior. Besides, MITS College has also got the status of Deemed University.

Union Minister Shri Scindia said that today Gwalior has got three major achievements in the field of capacity for justice, capacity for governance and intellectual capacity.

Supreme Court Justice Shri JK Maheshwari reflected on the dedication of the modern District and Sessions Court building in Gwalior today, a project that commenced 16 years ago but faced delays due to various reasons.

Supreme Court Justice Shri SC Sharma said that remarkable work has been done in resolving the cases pending in the courts in Madhya Pradesh. Along with this, the construction work of court buildings has also been done at a rapid pace in Madhya Pradesh.

Chief Justice of the Madhya Pradesh High Court, Shri Ravi Malimath, noted the swift disposal of court cases in the state, coupled with the rapid progress in the construction of court buildings. The newly built Gwalior facility is furnished with modern amenities, ensuring seamless proceedings and prompt delivery of justice for all parties involved.

At the outset, Administrative Justice of Gwalior High Court Shri Rohit Arya said that with the aim of providing judicial services with better facilities to the citizens, a new District and Sessions Court has been constructed in Gwalior in an area of more than 69 thousand 584 square meters at a cost of Rs 115 crore 41 lakh.

Madhya Pradesh Bar Council Chairman Shri Prem Singh Bhadauria and High Court Bar Association President Shri Pawan Pathak also presented their views in the programme.

People present in the programme

Madhya Pradesh Energy Minister Shri Pradyuman Singh Tomar, New and Renewable Energy Minister Shri Rakesh Shukla, Regional MP Shri Vivek Narayan Shejwalkar, MLA Shri Mohan Singh Rathore, former Minister Smt. Maya Singh, Shri Dhyanendra Singh, public representatives and a large number of judges and advocates also participated in the programme.

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