Chhattisgarh has introduced the first e-Court system in the state capital, Raipur. This is for the first time, the hearing of murder case used video conferencing.
The state government is planning to connect all the police stations, district jails and sub-jails and courts through Internet to speed up in disposing cases related to undertrials and even registering first information reports (FIR) at the respective stations. Chhattisgarh is the eighth Indian state to implement the e-court facility in India, which is part of the ambitious and revolutionary INR 8.54 billion project for computerising the country's entire judicial process from the trial courts to the Supreme Court.
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