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Hyderabad, January 17, 2007

The number of Andhra Pradesh High Court would be increased to 66 from the present 39. The Union Minister for Law and Justice HR Bharadwaj said in the ongoing conference of law ministers and law secretaries said two permanent and 25 additional judges would be sanctioned for the AP High Court.

He responded to the presentation made by AP Law Minister K. Ramakrishna who requested the Centre to increase the number of judges in proportion to the increasing work loan as an incentive for its impressive performance in reducing pendency of cases.

The Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy said that Rs. 7 crore would be allocated in the next year’s budget for computerization of all subordinate courts in the State. Chief Justice GS Singhvi, in his valedictory address lauded the State Government for responding positively to all the proposals forward by the High Court for improving infrastructure.

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