Tripura to have separate High Court soon, Moily

Tripura would get a separate High court soon, Union Law Minister Virappa Moily said Saturday.

Agartala: Tripura would get a separate High court soon, Union Law Minister Virappa Moily said Saturday.

Inaugurating a new High Court building here, Moily said he
had received communication from the Chief Justice of Gauhati
High court that the newly constructed bulding was huge and
capable of housing a full fledged high court and it would come up soon.

"Tripura is getting a separate high court soon. Now we are
only waiting for the formalities", he added.

At present Tripura has Agartala bench of Gauhati High
court.

The High Court Bar Association of Tripura, state
government and all the political parties had long been
demanding for separate high court in the state.

Later Moily told reporters that a high court was
sanctioned for only Tripura in the north-east because
the building was ready.

Modern technology including IT should be introduced in the
courts for judicial activism.

Among others Chief Minister Manik Sarkar and Chief
Justice of Gauhati High Court, M V Lokur spoke in the
function.

PTI

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