Parajuli pledges efficient justice delivery
Chief Justice Gopal Parajuli has pledged to make justice delivery fast and less expensive.
While assuming office at the Supreme Court following the swearing-in ceremony by President Bidya Devi Bhandari, Parajuli said that he was all committed to make the justice delivery prompt and low-cost even by making staff to do overtime.
The serving of notice through an online system, possibility of free service for helpless and reform in judiciary are among his plans as the new CJ, he said on the occasion.
He added that he had prepared a 39-point action plan relating to the judicial reform. The SC would remain in touch with the Nepal Bar Association in this regard, he said, pledging to fulfill his official duty by remaining with the jurisdictions fixed by the constitution.
He said there was widespread public complaint that justice delivery was so slow and he personally believed that slow service was like of no service.
The Parliamentary Special Hearing Committee, Legislature-Parliament on Sunday unanimously proposed the name of Parajuli as the new CJ. He will remain in the post until April, 2018.
Born on 28th April, 1953 at Kahun Shivapur of Tanahu, Parajuli has joined the judicial service at the temporary judge in the then Appellate court in 1990. RSS
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