Courts in South consider it "sin" to keep first appeal pending for 5 years: Gujarat High Court Chief Justice Aravind Kumar

"Some second appeals might be pending for 8 to 10 years but first appeals are not kept pending like this," the Chief Justice said.
CJ Aravind Kumar and Gujarat High Court
CJ Aravind Kumar and Gujarat High Court

The Gujarat High Court on Thursday expressed its displeasure at cases pending for more than 30 years before the High Court and said that courts in southern States consider it a 'sin' to keep first appeals pending for 5 years.

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