CJ pledges prompt justice
Kathmandu, December 18
Chief Justice Gopal Prasad Parajuli has committed to delivering justice easily.
While inaugurating the 27th establishment day of the Judicial Council here in the capital today, he said that he was preparing a plan for prompt and easy justice delivery. He further urged the Nepal Bar Association and other concerned bodies to cooperate with the judiciary to protect its independent image.
CJ Parajuli further committed to working as per the constitutional provision to make the judicial administration effective. He further urged the council members to consider the capability, professionalism, honesty, among other qualities while appointing, transferring and promoting justices.
Similarly, speaking at the programme, Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Yagya Bahadur Thapa said that the public should get easy and prompt justice from the courts. He said that the Judicial Service Commission has decided to appoint judges to district courts through open competition for the first time which was quite good.
Nepal Bar Association Chair Sher Bahadur KC urged the council to work by remaining free and impartial.
On the occasion, the council’s annual publication bulletin was released.