Chief Justice of India Sharad Arvind Bobde on Wednesday inaugurated the e-service centre at the Tripura High Court in Agartala.

The event was attended by the Chief Justice of Tripura High Court, Akhil Kureshi and other dignitaries.

The inaugural programme was also attended by Tripura High Court judges, Justice Subhasis Talapatra and Justice SG Chatterjee and other eminent lawyers.

Speaking on the occasion, CJI Bobde said, “Though the progression of technology depends on the resources but systems like eSewa Kendra would help the people to get more access to the legal system.”

He also highlighted the rich culture and heritage of Tripura.

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While addressing the gathering, Chief Justice of Tripura High Court AA Kureshi stressed the careful handling of technology with a humanitarian touch.

The e-Sewa Kendras have been created in the High Court to enable litigants to obtain information with respect to the case status and obtain copies of judgments and orders.

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These centres also extend assistance in e-filing of cases.

CJI Bobde arrived in Agartala in the morning on Wednesday on a day-long visit.

He also visited the Tripureswari Temple at Udaipur.

CJI Bobde was accompanied by Tripura chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb during his Tripureswari Temple visit.


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