We should not cling on to “heritage” court buildings if they cannot be equipped with necessary court infrastructure: Justice AK Sikri

Justice AK Sikri was one of the speakers for the launch of a report on “Re-Imagining Court Infrastructure in India” by the Vidhi Centre of Law and Policy and Srishti Institute of Art and Design.
Justice (retd.) AK Sikri
Justice (retd.) AK SikriSupreme Court Judge

While efforts must be made to retain heritage buildings housing Indian Courts, we must not cling on to them if infrastructure necessary for the court’s functioning cannot be incorporated into such structures, opined retired Supreme Court judge, Justice AK Sikri on Monday.

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