Bhopal: In a bid to accelerate the disposal of cases in lower courts, Madhya Pradesh government has sanctioned 4,354 posts, including those of 231 district judges and 325 civil judges.
The decision was taken in a Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan here yesterday, a senior state government official said today.
"A total number of 231 posts of district judges (entry level) and 1,848 posts of their staffers have been sanctioned. Similarly, 325 posts of civil judges (entry level) and 1,950 posts of their staff members have been approved," he added.
Besides, the Cabinet approved the proposal of creating 62 additional posts in Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation (MPRDC).
The Cabinet decided to allot nine acres of land for construction of houses for army officers and employees at Khejda Baramad village in Bhopal. It also cleared a proposal to allot 131 hectares of land for a defence project to the Union government at village Mohana in Gwalior district, he added.
Apart of these two pieces of land, the government allotted two other tracts of land measuring five acres for defence satellite project in Bhopal, the officer said.