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‘Work for speedy delivery of justice'

Special Correspondent

Public prosecutors' meet held

Bangalore: Minister for Public Works C.M. Udasi has said public prosecutors have a significant role to play in the justice delivery system because only they can ensure that the victims get justice and the guilty are brought to book.

The Minister was speaking after inaugurating the 10 {+t} {+h} State-level conference of public prosecutors here on Saturday.

Mr. Udasi said that public prosecutors should work in all earnestness so that it facilitates speedy delivery of justice to the victims and also improves the law and order situation in the State. He opined that the State-level conference of public prosecutors would provide them a platform to sort out issues plaguing public prosecution system so that they can go back to work with renewed vigour. The Minister told the public prosecutors that the Government was aware of the pressure under which they work and that their demands put forward by the Karnataka State Public Prosecutors' Association would be considered sympathetically.

Responding to the various demands of the association, Mr. Udasi said that he would discuss the issue of allotting land for the construction of building for the association with the Department Secretary and steps would be taken to construct the building in Davanagere and develop the existing building in Mangalore.

On the demand of residential quarters, he said the issue would be taken up with the Finance Department and efforts would be made to construct the quarters in taluk and district headquarters.

Earlier, general secretary of the association K.B. Kulkarni said an appeal had been made to the Government to amend the legislation to facilitate promotion of public prosecutors so that it in turn helps in speedy delivery of justice and also resolves problems being faced by the Department of Prosecutions.

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