Appointment of advocate general and providing sufficed manpower at various courts in Yupia sought.
YUPIA, MARCH 14 : The advocate fraternity and Papum Pare district court bar association on Monday has sought immediate appointment of advocate general, providing of facilities and sufficed manpower at district and session court, CGM and other courts available at Yupia for smooth delivery of justice to the people.
Speaking to media, the PPDCBA President Regum Nabam inform that it is a happy moment for the law fraternity in particular and general public as a whole that our designated and senor advocate Kardak Ete has been appointed a judge and as of now we have two judges form our tribal community of state and we are happy that in time to come more judges are appointed as per their merit and ability in discharge of the justice of justice to the people. He said.
The post of advocate general (AG) is lying vacant after the demise of N Dutta followed by Kardak Ete who got appointment as judge and swearing ceremony was held on March 13 and the post fallen vacant which need appointment to pursue the cases and other activities in various courts and also to give advice and suggestion related to legal matter to the government and perform other duty of a legal character from time to time. He said.
The governor can appoint a person who is qualified to be appointed as advocate general of Arunachal Pradesh. As state has lots of talented and high skill practicing lawyers who can be fit to the post and the state government can recommend to the governor for appointment immediately. We request the Chief Minister Pema Khandu led government to recommend a suitable name of an indigenous name to promote vocal for local to the Advocate general of state. He said.
Referring to rise of cases in all the courts at Yupia including district and session court, chief juridical magistrate, Prevention of corruption act court, POCSO Court and special court it is found that the manpower which required for court to function smoothly is very less and the rate of cases in compare to other district court is quite high.. the facilities are also very limited which hamper the advocets in discharging their duty smoothly. The important is that the fees given advocates performing PP duty are not been paid timely is a matter of great concern. Said Advocate Regum.
Our team has meet the union minister Law & justice who is our Member of parliament for supporting several courts of state by providing sufficed fund for strengthening of judicial system and additional district court at Yupia and we have also apprise him of the under construction of permanent bench of high court at Naharlagun and it would be better if a independent high court is established for Arunachal Pradesh. He also appeal the Chief minister Pema Khandu to consider the genuine demand of the advocates of Papum Pare district which include appointment of AG, creation of additional court at Yupia to deal with more than 9000 cases and further increasing cases at various courts at Yupia. The PPDCBA President Regum Nabam further said.