Pune: Demand to Start Six New Courts in Pimpri

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Pimpri, 15th May 2023: Pimpri currently houses five courts that are set to be relocated to a building in Nehrunagar. The Pimpri-Chinchwad Advocates Bar Association has requested the Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister and Law and Justice Minister, Devendra Fadnavis, to establish six additional courts in Pimpri.

The Bar Association presented a demand statement to Fadnavis, with the presence of President Adv Narayan Rasal, Secretary Adv Ganesh Shinde, Joint Secretary Adv Mangesh Nadhe, Member Nitin Pawar, Adv Pawan Gaikwad, Adv Akshay Kedar, Senior Advocate Former President Adv Satish Gorde, and others.

The Pimpri Morwadi Court will be relocated to a new building in Nehrunagar, and once inaugurated, its operations will commence promptly. The workload at the Pimpri Court has significantly increased, surpassing the capacity of the existing courts in the old building.

Consequently, the demand has been raised for one district court, two district and session courts, three senior-level district courts, and five new JMFCs to be established in the Nehrunagar building.

Furthermore, a separate and spacious building for the Pimpri-Chinchwad Court will be constructed in Moshi, for which the government has allocated 15 acres of land. Approval for the court’s construction was granted during the winter session in December 2022, with a budget of Rs 105.77 crore approved by the government.

The groundbreaking ceremony for the court building is pending, and the Pimpri-Chinchwad Advocates Bar Association has submitted a letter to Deputy Chief Minister and Law and Justice Minister Devendra Fadnavis, urging him to schedule a date and commence the construction work at the earliest opportunity.

 

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