Hyderabad: Supreme Court Judge Justice N V Ramana asked judicial officers and advocates to work in cooperation to ensure speedy disposal of cases to keep up the faith reposed by people in the judicial system. Justice Ramana who spoke as the chief guest at a meeting after inaugurating the City Civil Courts Complex-II in Secunderabad here on Sunday said, “a culture of collective work should be put in practice in resolving people’s problems.” Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us Terming advocates as the protectors of the justice system he said it is the responsibility of the advocates to see that people’s confidence and faith reposed in the judicial system is not shaken. Asking to give due respect to the senior advocates and judges, Justice Ramana said, “most among the common people come to the local courts and there is a need to give them relief by responding in reasonable time and give relief to their problems.” Also Read – Vemulawada school seized after road accident Advertise With Us Justice J Nageswara Rao of the Supreme Court stressed that judges and advocates should dedicate themselves for strengthening of the justice system in the country. Further, he stressed that those who are working in the judicial system should continue to be a student with an urge to learning. Justice R Subhash Reddy of the Apex Court hoped that the new court complex constructed with an estimated cost of Rs 12 crore would play its role in resolving the problems of the people and asked to improve the percentage of speedy disposal of cases. Chief Justice of Telangana State High Court Justice Raghavendra S Chauhan, Chief Judge City Civil Courts C Sumalatha, judges of various courts from the city, retired judicial officers, advocates and court staff were present.