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CJ inaugurates residential quarter, lawyers chamber in Pulwama

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PULWAMA: Chief Justice High Court of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey on Saturday inaugurated six residential quarters for Judicial Officers and 48 lawyers chamber complex in District Court Complex Pulwama.

Chief Justice also participated in a plantation drive organised by District Legal Services Authority Pulwama in collaboration with forest division Pulwama.

He along with Justice Rahul Bharti, Judge High Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh (Administrative Judge for District Pulwama) planted trees in the court complex Pulwama.

Later, the Chief Justice inaugurated a lawyers chamber cum utility complex in Pulwama.

Principal District and Sessions Judge Pulwama Naseer Ahmed Dar, Principal Secretary to Chief Justice Aijaz Ahmad Khan, Registrar Judicial Gowhar Majeed Dalal, Additional District and Sessions Judge Meraj-Ud-Din Sofi, Joint Registrar Protocol Abdul Bari, Special Mobile Magistrate Traffic Srinagar Jahangir Bakshi, Chief Judicial Magistrate Mansoor Ahmad Lone, Deputy  Commissioner Pulwama Baseer ul Haq Choudhary, SSP Pulwama Ghulam Jeelani, Secretary DLSA Rayaz Ahmed Choudhary, President Bar Association Pulwama Advocate G M Dar and district officers were also present on the occasion.

Justice Rahul Bharti welcomed Chief Justice and expressed gratitude to him for visiting the District and inaugurating  the lawyer chamber and residential quarters.

During his presidential address, Justice Magrey lauded the role of Advocates in justice dispensation. He said that Pulwama occupies second place in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh as far as infrastructure development is concerned.

He said that it is a matter of great satisfaction that all requisite facilities are in place in Pulwama Court for the advocates.

Chief Justice said that it feels great to see females lawyers working in such a professional manner.

“Times have gone when parents used to be hesitant in sending their daughters in the field of law,” he maintained.

“We have to strengthen the Judicial system making it accessible to all especially weaker sections of the society,” he said, adding that we as judges and bar members have to share collective responsibility of ensuring speedy justice to all,” he said.

Justice Magrey urged the judges to prioritize disposal of old cases pending in the district court.

He also asked the Advocates to extend full cooperation to the bench. He said that the relationship between bar and bench should be cordial  for smooth running of the system.

Justice Magrey said that one should serve the society in all capacities and try to become  voice of voiceless.

Chief Justice lauded the Deputy Commissioner Pulwama for identifying another ten kanal of land  for the court complex.

Reacting to the request of President  Bar Association Pulwama regarding exclusive  Juvenile  Board and NDPS Court,  Chief Justice said that  it is the duty of society to take care of our children who are in conflict with law and also to get rid of the menace of drugs.

Regarding shortage of judges, he said that the administration is trying its level best to fill all the vacancies and the full court has recently referred 65 adhoc posts of Munsiffs and the process to fill the same is in progress.

Principal District and Sessions Judge Pulwama, Naseer Ahmed Dar, appreciated Chief Justice for deeply understanding the pain and agony faced by the litigants living in the remote areas of the Union Territory. He also applauded Chief Justice for according special emphasis on augmentation and improvement of court infrastructure.

President Bar Association Pulwama thanked Chief Justice and administrative Judge for inaugurating the Lawyers chamber and utility complex including library and Bar room canteen. He requested for considering the problem being faced by the stamp vendors.

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