CJ Parajuli in Japan to take part in Conference of Chief Justices of Asia, Pacific
TOKYO, Sept 18: Chief Justice Gopal Parajuli has arrived here in Japan to participate in the Conference of the Chief Justices of Asia and the Pacific.
Supreme Court’s chief registrar Nahakul Subedi, Bhaktapur District Court’s judge Bidur Koirala and SC deputy registrar Ram Prasad Poudel are accompanying the CJ to take part in the 17th session of biennial Conference. The conference that kicked off today will run until the next four days.
Strengthening of judicial affairs, endeavors being undertaken in other countries to promote public trust on judiciary and possibilities for improvements in human resources at judiciary, increase in work efficiency of courts, role of courts in dealing with the family court issues and judicial systems adopting India, China and Japan in the future and family courts will be discussed during the conference.
CJ Parajuli and his team was welcomed at the Tokyo-based Nepali Embassy by the Deputy Chief of Mission Krishna Chandra Aryal.