Justice Minister Anisul Huq today said the government had launched an ‘electronic registration’ system to ensure proper land management as land disputes lead to backlogs of court cases across the country.
“The government has launched an ‘electronic registration’ system, realizing the importance of a modern land management system,” he said, addressing the inaugural feature of the 45th and 46th basic training courses titled “Basic Surveying Training Course” for assisting judges and their equivalent judges at the Judicial Administration Training Institute (JATI) here, a press release read.
Noting that the lack of a proper land management system leads to huge backlogs of cases in the country’s courts, Anisul said, “Most civil cases are filed due to the lack of a proper land management system, while land disputes are also one of the main reasons behind criminal prosecution. case “.
The e-Registration system has already been interconnected with the Land Bureau’s e-Mutation in some districts, which is expected to bring remarkable progress in land management in the country, he added.
Highlighting different development projects for the judiciary, the minister said the government has taken up the projects aimed at building a fruitful and user-friendly judiciary.
JATI Director General, Justice Nazmun Ara Sultana presided over the ceremony while Law and Justice Division Secretary, Md Golam Sarwar addressed the event.