HYDERABAD: The Telangana government has set up 38 fast track courts across the state to provide quick justice to litigants, as well as 1,098 new jobs.
In this regard, the state government has issued two different Government Orders (GOs). There are 22 more district and sessions judges on the fast track courts, as well as 16 senior civil judges. These temporary courts have now been transformed into permanent regular courts.
According to the Government Orders, the Registrar General of the High Court's request to regularise fast track courts for smooth and effective district judiciary functioning in order to provide speedy justice to litigants and to facilitate the regulations of courts in newly carved out revenue districts has been accepted.
A separate Govt Order was issued to create 1,098 new positions. In the cadre of additional district and sessions judges, a total of 31 posts have been created for each of the 22 fast track courts. In the cadre of senior civil judges, the government created 26 posts for each of the 16 fast track courts.
District judges, senior civil judges, chief administrative officers, superintendents, and senior assistants are among the positions that have been approved.