Telangana is the first state to connect courts, police stations online

HYDERABAD: on Wednesday it became the first state in the country to link courts, police stations, forensic laboratories, prisons, prosecutions and other interested parties through a new online installation. The measure becomes important as a result of the gangrape and the murder of a 27-year-old woman in the city recently.

The President of the Supreme Court of Justice, Raghavendra Singh Chauhan, of the superior court of Telangana, inaugurated the facilities for courts, police stations and other interested parties in the criminal justice system.

The installation, the integration of the Interoperable Criminal Justice System with the software of the court, would allow the police and the judges to coordinate with respect to the loading of the first information reports (FIR), charge sheets on the website of the Cut in minutes. The installation was first introduced in the country and in the districts a few months ago. And, after its successful implementation there, it has now been extended to all districts of the state. The CJ, which opened the facilities through videoconferences, interacted with several judges and court officials. Judges MS Ramachandra Rao, A Rajasheker Reddy and others participated. DGP M Mahendar Reddy was also present at the opening event.

Secretary General A Venkateswara Reddy said: “With this, Telangana earned the distinction of being the first state in the country that successfully connected all its courts, police stations, FSL, prisons, prosecution and all others interested by The installation of this installation.

An officer told TOI that this facility has the ability to relieve several bottlenecks that were causing excessive delays in trials in lower courts. Now, officials cannot cite the non-arrival of FSL reports, medical certificates as excuses for the delay. They could now be seen online by the relevant authorities at the time of arrival. Whether or not the charge sheet has been submitted, whether the courts assigned CC numbers to those charge sheets or not, all things can be monitored by the higher authorities.

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