Agartala: The Tripura government is hopeful of getting a separate High Court in the state soon as the necessary bill was passed in the Lok Sabha.
"As a necessary amendment bill was passed by the Lok Sabha on Friday last it raised the hope that a separate High court would be established in the state and would help speedy disposal of the pending caes," Tripura Law Department Secretary Datamohan Jamatiya said.
North-Eastern Areas (Re-organisation) and Other Related Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2012, was passed by the Lower House of Parliament on Friday for creation of full-fledged High Courts in the three states of Tripura, Manipur and Meghalaya.
Now the amendment bill would be presented in the Rajya Sabha and then would be sent to the President for her assent.
He said necessary infrastructure was ready for the functioning of full-fledged high court in the state.