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Dharmendra seeks ADSJ court in Jajpur Road

 Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan has urged Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik to open a court of Additional District and Sessions Judge (ADSJ) and Office of Sub Collector at Jajpur Road.

In a letter to the Chief Minister, Pradhan stated he had received a request in this regard from Jajpur Road Lawyers Action Committee. “Jajpur road is a growing industrial hub with rising population. People from Sukinda, Danagadi and Korei who are mostly from Scheduled Tribe and Scheduled Castes are dependent on Jajpur Road for all legal and judicial purposes”, he said, adding presently there is a JMFC-cum-Additional Munsif and Court of Civil Judge (Senior Division) and Assistant Sessions Judge at Jajpur which is functioning in the building meant for court of JMFC.

“Poor litigants, public witnesses and advocates have to travel long distance to Jajpur district headquarters which causes them inconvenience. Same inconveniences are faced by public for all revenue cases, appeals and necessary permissions in different matters from the office of Office of Additional Sub Collector,” Pradhan said in his letter.


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