PM Modi to inaugurate joint conference of Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of High Courts

CJI, N V Ramana and Union Minister, Kiren Rijiju, will also mark their presence for the conference.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday will inaugurate the joint conference of the Chief justices of the High court and the Chief Ministers of the states. The event will be attended by the Chief Justice of India, N V Ramana, and Chief Ministers of states. CJI N V Ramana on April 16 announced that he will chair the joint conference of Chief Justices and Chief Ministers for the creation of statutory judicial infrastructure authorities at the national and state levels.

While announcing the formation of the conference, he said in Telangana state, “On the infrastructure front, you all are aware of my efforts to create statutory Judicial Infrastructure Authorities at national and state levels. To deal with this and a host of other issues, I have taken initiative for hosting a joint conference of Chief Justices and Chief Ministers towards the end of this month. I hope and believe that the conference would yield desired results.”

 

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