Mumbai, May 10 (UNI) The Maharashtra government has decided to open Civil Courts (Lower Level) and First Class Magisterial Courts in 16 talukas, wherethere are no courts, in the state.
It is the government's policy to set up court where it does not exist.Accordingly, the government, based on the High Court's recommendation,took a policy decision in August last year to set up courts step by step on priority basis, considering the availability of funds,infrastructure, draft and need.
These courts will be set up in the talukas for the convenience of people and expeditious justice, besides other administrative facilities.
Accordingly, the government has published a notification to constitute courts.
The courts will be constituted in the following 16 talukas.
Kadegaon and Palus of Sangli district, Dharangaon (Jalgaon), Guhagar (Ratnagiri), Sengaon, Palam, Sonpeth and Aundha-Nagnath (Parbhani),Bhatukali and Tivasa (Amravati), Arni (Yavatmal), Selu (Wardha),Kurkheda (Gadchiroli), Devri (Gondia), Renapur and Devani (Latur).UNI AAA SSS SM1855