CJI Chandrachud lays foundation for new Telangana HC complex works

Hyderabad Desk

Hyderabad: Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud laid the foundation stone for the works of the new Telangana High Court complex to be built in Rajendranagar on Wednesday, March 27.

Judges of the Supreme Court and Chief Justice Alok Aradhe and judges of the Telangana High Court attended the event.

The government has allocated 100 acres of land from the State Agriculture and Horticulture Universities in Premavathipet and Budwel villages of Rajendranagar mandal in Rangareddy district for the project.

The estimated cost of construction is at Rs 500 crores.

The new complex is designed to accommodate all the necessary facilities required for a High Court, including courtrooms, chambers for judges, administrative offices, libraries, and other support services.

It will incorporate modern technology and infrastructure to streamline judicial processes and enhance efficiency.

(This is a developing story. The latest version will be updated)

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