DHAKA: State Minister for Law Advocate Quamrul Islam Saturday said the number of pending cases in higher court has increased as most of the cases were stayed.
He said: “If judges give stay order instead of disposing of cases speedily, the problem may increase.”
He came up with assertion while addressing an inaugural ceremony of 114 th Judicial Administration Training course in city’s Judicial Administration Training Institute in the morning.
“The number of Pending cases is increasing in Appellate Division and high court division of the Supreme Court as the number of case disposal is low, he added.
The training course was organised for Senior Assistant Judges, Senior Judicial magistrates, Metropolitan Magistrates.
The minister said, “There was no promotion of judges during the tenure of past government. As a result, the number of cases under trial is increasing. The incumbent government is working to reduce the congestion of cases by appointing and promoting judges. If judges are sincere, the problem must be reduced.”
Judicial Administration Training Institute Director General Md. Mofizul Islam chaired the programme.
BDST: 1620 HRS, JUN 02, 2012
Edited by:Rubaiat Saky, Newsroom Editor
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