Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana on Friday emphasised the importance of filling up judicial vacancies on priority basis so as to ensure that the faith of people in court system does not erode. .The CJI said that due to the high pendency of cases and shortage in judges, there is a feeling that a litigant gets justice from court only after many years. "It is an admitted fact that pendency has increased and reasons are hundred. It is a feeling that once you go to court, how many years it will take to get result is a big question mark. Wherever you go, the first question is 'how many days it takes to decide a case?' Thereafter, due to the hierarchy of appeal system in the country, it takes more time," he said."We must appoint as many judges as possible and I do not wish to keep even one vacancy neither in High Court nor in Supreme Court or district judiciary," he added..Wherever you go, the first question is 'how many days it takes to decide a case?'CJI NV Ramana.He said that access to justice is possible only when we provide sufficient number of courts as well as infrastructure so that litigant can approach institutions for justice. "Our judiciary is overburdened and I don't want to bother all of you by giving the figures," he said.The CJI was speaking at the inaugural ceremony of the Telangana State Judicial Officers Conference at Gachibowli in Hyderabad. .The CJI also highlighted that detailed survey was conducted by Supreme Court registry in different parts of country and courts where it was found that infrastructure is inadequate.The same has also been brought to the attention of the Government of India, he stated..Read live coverage of the event below.