Lack of infrastructure blamed for vacancies in judiciary

Delhi High Court was on Wednesday told that shortage of courtrooms and lack of infrastructure in district courts was leading to many positions of judicial officers lying vacant.

New Delhi | Published:January 23, 2014 2:26 pm

The Delhi High Court was on Wednesday told that shortage of courtrooms and lack of infrastructure in district courts was leading to many positions of judicial officers lying vacant. A division bench headed by Justice Sanjeev Khanna was told by a counsel representing the High Court’s administrative department that the vacant posts of judges required in judicial service could not be filled due to lack of infrastructure.

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