Amaravati | Justice City

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  1. Nov 3, 2015

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    CJ inspects site allotted for Justice City

    Chief Justice Dilip Babasaheb Bhosale along with senior judges, Justice Ramesh Ranganath and Justice G.Chandraiah on Friday evening inspected the area allotted for proposed Justice City in the new Capital region.

    The visit coming close on the heels of foundation stone laying ceremony assumed significance as the first steps were taken to build key infrastructure in Core Capital region. The High Court of Judicature, Hyderabad, continues to be common High Court for the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana after the bifurcation of the state.

    The Justice City, an integrated facility comprising of High Court, Tribunals, Law University, residential quarters for judges, would be coming up on a 1,200 acre plot in the revenue villages of Inavolu, Sakhamuru and Nelapadu in Thullur mandals. Justice Bhosale, who arrived at the venue where the foundation stone was laid to the Capital at Uddandrayunipalem, was accorded a warml welcome. Chief Secretary IYR Krishna Rao, SP Guntur Rural, K. Narayan Naik, District and Sessions Judge Md. Rafi were present.

    The Judges had a look of the 3D model of Capital master plan set up at the Amaravati Pavilion.

    source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/nation...-allotted-for-justice-city/article7828403.ece
     
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    6 Divisions in Justice City

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    City Civil Courtcomplex to come up in Amaravati within eight months

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    Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has sanctioned the construction of a City Civil Court Complex in Amaravati, according to Asian News International (ANI).

    State Urban Development Minister P Narayana Rao told ANI that a 1.8 lakh square feet structure would be constructed, adding that the CM had directed that the work be completed within eight months’ time.

    It has also been reported that the new High Court for Andhra Pradesh, once constituted, will function out of the premises ultimately intended for housing Civil Courts. The High Court will function out of the said premises, until a permanent structure – which is mentioned in the master plan for the Capital – is executed by United Kingdom partnership firm Norman Fosters.

    Andhra Pradesh Advocates Association (APAA) President Challa Dhanamjaya told Bar & Bench that he was happy with the development, as a major objection raised by the Association against shifting the High Court to a temporary location had been addressed.

    The Association had made a number of representations to both Acting Chief Justice of the Telangana and Andhra Pradesh High Court Justice Ramesh Ranganathan and the AP Chief Minister. Though against moving the High Court to a temporary location, the Association demanded that if the same was inevitable, the temporary structure should be within 2-3 kilometres from where the permanent structure will come up.

    The Association has also demanded for adequate security arrangements and parking space which can accommodate 1000 four-wheelers and 2000 two-wheelers.

    The lawyers have also also asked the government to make almost 20,000 square feet available to house the Association and its affiliates, a library, and a lunch room.

    It has also been pointed out that the location must be proximate to residential accommodation and must be well connected by road. Demands for a clinic, a post office, and banking facilities have also been mentioned in the representation.

    https://barandbench.com/city-civil-court-amaravati/
     

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