Sunday, June 4, 2023

Foundation stone laid for Mon court complex

Advisor for Law & Justice and SCERT, H. Chuba Chang laid the foundation stone of District Court Complex and inaugurated the judicial officer’s quarter at Mon on Friday.
According to a DIPR report, speaking at the programme, Chang stated that there should be a balance between customary laws and the judicial system for smooth functioning and proper delivery of justice in the society.
He also stressed on the importance of legal awareness among Naga society.
N. Thongwang Konyak, MLA, said the Court Complex was an aspiration of the people of Mon and thanked the department for marking the start of the project with laying of the foundation stone.
He expressed hope that the project would be completed soon and improve the justice delivery system in the district.
Meanwhile, secretary Judicial, department of Law & Justice, Nino Iralu on behalf of the department expressed gratitude to the advisor and the chief minister for their constant support and encouragement. She stated that the judicial system in Mon was complete, however, there was a need for infrastructural improvement.
This need for improvement is being addressed with the laying of the foundation stone and the inauguration of the judicial quarter, she added.
The deputy commissioner (DC) Mon, Thavaseelan K lauded the judicial officers for functioning effectively despite infrastructural difficulties.
He said that with completion of the Complex, their ability to deliver justice would be facilitated in a better way.
The DC expressed hope that the Complex would be completed swiftly.
In the technical report, executive engineer, CAWD, Sungtiba Amer informed that total estimated cost i/c sites & services stood at Rs. 223.61 lakh. He informed that the Complex was a ground +1 storied RCC building with a total plinth area of 4118.40 sq ft.
Earlier, chief judicial magistrate & civil judge (Sr. division) Mon, Wonchibeni V. Patton chaired the programme, welcome address was delivered by district & session judge, Mon, Tucuno Vamuzo while the vote of thanks was proposed by secretary law, department of Law & Justice, Ngamjok Konyak.


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