A new building of the District and Session Court Complex at Ampati in South West Garo Hills was today inaugurated by Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma and Meghalaya High Court Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee
Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that the new building will emerge as an institution that will cater to the people of this region. “People of South West Garo Hills will always remember this important and landmark moment that will provide access to delivery of justice,” he added.
Talking about different system that co-exist in the country, the Chief Minister said, “Our Constitution has clearly defined responsibilities for different wings; be it legislative, executive or judiciary and we all are here to serve the people in different capacities. Chief Justice has a different role and responsibility to play, so does the Chief Minister.”
Stating that no system is perfect, he said that India is a vast nation with local and traditional laws in place and our judiciary system is working in perfect cohesion with it.
“The judiciary is now expanding and growing to provide justice to people in all aspects. We hope that the new infrastructure will enable the court to function better and dispose of cases faster,” he added.
He also informed that Law University in the State will be coming up soon, which will cater to students of the State.
MLAs Dikkanchi D Shira and Winnerson D Sangma were also present on the occasion.