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CJ Masih inaugurates new e-RTI Portal
Jaipur: The Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court, Augustine George Masih on Monday inaugurated the newly developed e-RTI Portal for Rajasthan High Court and District Judiciary through video conferencing.
During this, Executive Chairman of Rajasthan State Legal Services Authority Justice Manindra Mohan Srivastava and Chairman - Steering Committee Justice Arun Bhansali were present. Masih said that this step would prove to be a milestone towards achieving a transparent, efficient and accessible judicial system.
“The portal would ensure that this important legal right of the common man does not get entangled in complicated paperwork and long procedures,” he said.
He instructed all judicial officers to make maximum use of modern technology in daily judicial work.
Justice Manindra Mohan Srivastava said that the success of the portal would depend not only on technical prowess but also on collective commitment for its effective use.