Rotary Club brings out special stamp on it’s ex-president
Coimbatore, Jan 22:
All out efforts were being made to clear the backlog of cases pending in several courts, said Justice S Baskaran of Madras High Court.
He was speaking at the Rotary Club of Coimbatore function in connection with the release of first day cover and special stamp on former president of Coimbatore Bar Association and past president of Rotary Club of Coimbatore TT Rathinasabapathy Pillai when he expressed concern over piling up of cases and said that steps were being initiated to dispose off them soon.
Eulogising the services of TT Rathinasabapathy Pillai, he said that he used to keep the audience spellbound thru’ his extempore and fiery speeches and added that he was a role model to many in legal profession. It’s a fitting tribute to him in bringing out a special stamp and cover in recognition of his services towards society.Moreover, police play a pivatol role in the functioning of judiciary, he said adding that they are the one who protect the law and enforce it in the right perspective and added that their service must be recognised by motivating them. Later, he presented awards to 10 police personnel to honour their outstanding service.
Chief Post Master General, Tamil Nadu circle Sampath and District SP Dr Moorthy also spoke on the occasion. Others who were present at the event included Rotary Club of Coimbatore Santigo Jesu, Rotary Programme Coordinator lawyer and former special public prosecutor Sundaravadivelu and lawyer Prabhu.
Police personnel who received awards were : Anamalai Inspector Somasundaram, Pollachi East Inspector Subramaniam, Sub Inspectors Chinnagam Mannan, Priyamavatha, Head constables Arumugam, Chinthamani, Sindhu, Ravishankar, Thangaraj and Subha.