30th Apr 2017 10:04:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ES Reporter

ITANAGAR, Apr 30: Arunachal Law Students Union (ALSU) has urged the state government to immediately functionalize the Government Law College, Jote from this coming session along with recruitment of required faculty members and other supporting staff.

Addressing reporters at press club today, President ALSU, Romik Jogu opined that there are hundreds of students who want to pursue law as their career but due to absence of affordable institution they cannot afford to do so. So commencing of Government College will be a boon for all those students, he opined.

The   basic infrastructure of the said college is already completed, so we urge the concern authority to start the academic activities from this coming session along with posting and recruitment of required faculty and supporting staff, he added.

Further, expressing concern over the rapid rise in crime committed by Juveniles, ALSU members also appealed the authority to establish Juvenile Home in the state capital as well as proper functioning of Pasighat Juvenile Home.

While claiming Judiciary as a total failure after its separation in the state, due to absence of  required Judicial officers like  CJM,SDM,JMFC and others General Secretary ALSU Phassang Kassung  demanded  immediate establishment of independent High Court  in the state along with District court in every district. ‘Due to absence of independent High Court in the state people have to be limited in terms of seeking justice under Guwahati Bench. Moreover, there are thousands of cases still pending due to non existence of CJM,SDJM ,JMFC and others in lower level,’ he added.

Kassung, also appealed for recommendation of High court Judge from Arunachal Pradesh, stating many competent layers with experience of more than 20 to 25 years in legal field have never been elevated for such important post.

Meanwhile, ALSU also sought intervention of Chief Minister for disbursement of pending legal fees bills of panel lawyers. Due to non-payment of their fees many layers are on indefinite strike which is directly or indirectly affecting the common people whose cases are pending in different courts and are waiting for justice.

Kenter Joya Riba

(Managing Editor)
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