Justice Magrey reviews infrastructure matters of judiciary G’bl
GANDERBAL: Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey, Judge High Court of Jammu & Kashmir and Chairman Building & Infrastructure Committee for subordinate Courts of Kashmir Division today convened a meeting to review infrastructure matters for the district judiciary Ganderbal.
Among others, the meeting was attended by District Development Commissioner Ganderbal, Shafqat Iqbal, Principal District & Sessions Judge Ganderbal, Mohammad Yosuf, Executive Engineer R&B Division Ganderbal, Judicial Officers and the members of Executive Committee of Bar Association besides other officers.
On the occasion, he said that a meeting will be convened by the Registrar General High Court of J&K with the Commissioner Secretary to Government of J&K Revenue Department, Commissioner Secretary to Government law department, Custodian General, Deputy Custodian Kashmir, Principal District & Sessions Judge Ganderbal, DDC Ganderbal and President, Bar Association Ganderbal to sort out pending issue regarding the transfer of identified chunk of evacuee property measuring 45 to 55 kanals of land situated at Ganderbal near SP Office.
He passed on spot directions regarding the holding of the proposed meeting of the aforementioned officers. He also desired that the construction of Access Control Shed and the Sentry Post on the main gate of the Court complex will be undertaken by the District Police office out of Security related funds.
Furthermore, He also desired that the minor repairs and renovation matters touching the convenience of the bench and bar shall be undertaken as a routine matter by the DDC and the R&B Division Ganderbal.
Justice Magrey interacted with the Judicial Officers and asked them to discharge their duties independently, partially and without any fear and favor. The Judge was given Guard of Honor by the district police on the occasion.
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