Patiala House Court to get new address soon
PATIALA House district court, currently housed in the erstwhile palace of the Maharaja of Patiala near India Gate in Central Delhi, will soon have a new address.
The PWD of Delhi Government has started the process of constructing a swanky 8-storey building at the Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg, where the district court will be shifted.
Official also said that the new court premises will have double basement parking with a capicity of around 823 cars over eight floors and will be built at a cost of Rs 306 crore.
"The new Court will have 41 courts. Besides, it will have an auditorium with a capicity of 200 people and separate movement for judges, lawyers, litigants and convicts," the official also said.
According to PWD, the new building will also have an open hall measuring around 3500 sqm for the lawyers' chambers and other facilities.
"As per project's plan, there will be a space for bank, post office, ATMs, stamp vendors, library, food court, lunch rooms at every floor in new building and administrative blocks will also be constructed," he added.