Rs 162 crore scheme for judicial complexes
Chandigarh, May 16 (UNI) The Haryana government has chalked out a Rs 162 crore scheme with the Centre's assistance for the construction of judicial complexes in the state.
The scheme has been prepared keeping in view the state's requirement of judicial complexes for the next ten years, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda told a delegation of lawyers here.
Pointing out that his government had sent a proposal to the Centre for carving out a separate High Court for the state, Mr Hooda said a resolution in this regard had already been passed by the Haryana Vidhan Sabha.
With the formation of a separate High Court, he said the lawyers would get a boost in their profession.
Mr Hooda said that he himself was a practicing lawyer in a district court and was all aware of the problems being faced by the lawyers.
The Chief Minister said in Haryana, the chambers for the lawyers were also being constructed under self financing scheme so that lawyers could get better facilities.
The delegation, led by Punjab and Haryana High Court Bar Association President Anmol Rattan Sidhu met him with the new elected members of the Association.
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