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CJ inaugurates residential accommodation for Judicial Officers at Chadoora

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BUDGAM: Chief Justice High Court of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh, Ali Mohammad Magrey, during his maiden visit to Budgam today inaugurated the residential accommodation structure for Judicial Officers at Court Complex Chadoora.

The newly constructed residential accommodation is 2 BHK and has other facilities for the comfortable stay of Judicial Officers.

Administrative High court Judge for District Budgam, Justice Vinod Chatterji Koul besides Principal District and Sessions Judge Budgam, Mohammad Ashraf Malik, Deputy Commissioner Budgam, S F Hamid, Registrar General of High Court Sanjeev Gupta, Principal Secretary to Chief Justice Rajeev Gupta, CJM Budgam, Shabir Ahmad Malik, Secretary DLSA Budgam, Fozia Paul, Sub Judge Chadoora, Tabassum Parray, Abdul Bari, Joint Registrar High Court, SSP Tahir Saleem, SDM Chadoora, Munsiff Chadoora, Istiaq Baba and other Judicial and Civil officers were present.

On the occasion, Chief Justice also reviewed progress on ongoing projects including the fencing of the Court Complex, land acquisition, construction of the lawyers’ chamber, and washroom facility, and matters related to the construction of the new Court Complex at Chadoora.

Chief Justice directed the concerned executing agency to expedite work on the new Court Complex and ensure the timely completion of all the projects.

He said that all facilities shall be made available at the Court Complex Chadoora including separate washroom facilities for female staff and lawyers and works including road development and lawn beautification be taken up on priority. He said that there is a major chunk of land available and asserted its proper use. He said a beautiful Court Complex should come up at the earliest as the need of the hour.

Chief Justice directed the concerned authority to ensure speedy work execution on all projects. He called for prompt Justice delivery and making the work culture at courts conducive and efficient for the litigants.

Speaking on the occasion, Justice Vinod Chatterji Koul said that all genuine issues raised by the Bar members shall be looked into on priority for early redressal.

District and Sessions Judge Budgam, Mohammad Ashraf Malik presented a welcome address on the occasion.

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