Friday, 17 September 2021 | PNS | Nainital
The Uttarakhand High Court chief justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan inaugurated the first e-Sewa Kendra at the high court premises in Nainital on Thursday. The registrar general Dhananjay Chaturvedi informed that this centre will help people in multiple ways.
He said that people can now easily know about the facilities available digitally under the e-Court programme. Litigants and defendants will also be aware of the updated status of the cases, leaves of judges and dates of hearings.
Besides this, other crucial information will be available in the e-Sewa Kendra too, stated Chaturvedi. He said that people can also get information about seeking free legal services from District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), State Legal Services Authority (SLSA) and Supreme Court Legal Services Committee through the centre.
He revealed that this e-Seva Kendra is the first service centre in the state and the next centre will be opened in Almora soon. Considering the importance of such centres in the present times, more will be established in all the district courts in future, stated Chaturvedi.