Hyderabad : The Chief Justice Raghavendra Singh Chauhan of Telangana high court on Wednesday inaugurated a new online facility for courts, police stations and all other stakeholders in the criminal justice system in the state. The facility, integration of Interoperable Criminal Justice System (ICJS) with the court software, will enable police and judges to function in coordination in respect of uploading FIRs, chargesheets etc. into court website within a short span of time. This facility was introduced in the state a few time in the country. And the same is now extended to all the districts in the state. The chief justice, who inaugurated the facility through video conferencing, interacted with several trail court judges and other officials. Justices M.S. Ramachandra Rao, A Rajasheker Reddy and others participated in the event. DGP M Mahender Reddy too was present in the meeting. With this, Telangana earned the distinction of being the first state in the country that successfully connected all its courts, police stations, FSL and all other stakeholders by installing this facility. An officer, who attended the function told the Times of India that this facility has the capacity to plug several bottlenecks that were causing inordinate delays in completing the trials. Now officials cannot cite non-arrival of FSL reports, doctor certificates etc as pretexts for the delay. They can now be seen online by the relevant authorities the moment they arrive because the next moment they are uploaded into the system. Whether chargesheet was filed or not, whether the court allotted CC numbers to such chargesheets or not, all such things can be monitored by the relevant higher authorities, the officer said adding that this will hasten the process of justice delivery at the trial courts. This will herald an era of transparency and the scope for manipulations would be reduced to a great extent, the official said.