Former Madras HC Chief Justice Tahilramani Disposed Over 5,000 Cases In One Year Tenure
A recent reply in the Rajya Sabha revealed the staggering number of pending cases in Indian courts.
Over 43 lakh cases are pending in the 25 high courts in the country and more than eight lakh of these are over a decade old. As on June 1, 58,669 cases were pending in the Supreme Court.
On one hand where the judiciary is dealing with the astounding number of pending cases, Vijaya K Tahilramani presented her report card of performance on September 27, saying she disposed of over 5,000 cases during her year-long tenure here.
Justice Tahilramani has resigned as Madras High Court chief justice after being transferred to Meghalaya.
She was speaking at a farewell function organised by the Madras Bar Association. The former judge who hails from Maharashtra lavished praise on Chennai city said she had earlier decided to settle down here because of its climate and “excellent” infrastructure.Click Here: Cardiff Blues Store