Today: Jun 25, 2024

JK High Court resumes functioning at summer capital

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SRINAGAR: Chief Justice Jammu and Kashmir High Court, Geeta Mittal, was today given ceremonial guard of honour by contingent of CRPF on opening of   Main Wing of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court here in accordance with the  Bi- annual  Darbar Move for the summer season  at Srinagar.

Judges of High Court, Registrar General, Registrar Vigilance and other officers and officials of the Registry besides other concerned were present on the occasion.

Later, Chief Justice interacted with the staff of the High Court and lauded their dedication and commitment towards justice dispensation despite facing challenging times due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Chief Justice expressed hope that the HC staff and officers and officials of the Registry will continue to work with the same zeal and devotion.

Pertinently, this year’s Darbar Move has been delayed because of COVID-19 pandemic.

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  1. This is pathetic. Amid lock-down and COVID pandemic the woman makes it a point to receive the so called guard of honour and be a part of the wasteful and extravagant affair. She has had landed in Srinagar Wing two months back and has had otherwise been shuttling from Jammu to Srinagar and vice versa throughout the year. One cannot understand what this guard of honour means. Without receiving the “guard of Honour’ the justice system in J&K would have perhaps gone Topsy turvy. This happens in this anarchist State of J&K.

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