High Courts of J&K, Ladakh celebrate 73rd Constitution Day
JAMMU/SRINAGAR: High Courts of J&K and Ladakh today celebrated 73rd Constitution Day by organizing a preamble reading of the Constitution of India in the Jammu and Srinagar wings of the High Court.
At Jammu, Justice Tashi Rabstan led the preamble reading of the Constitution by all the participants including the Judges of the High Court, officers, and officials of the registry.
After reading the preamble, Justice Tashi Rabstan interacted with the participants and congratulated them on Constitution Day. He said that the constitution is not static but a living document adding that our Constitution framers had realized that a Constitution, no matter how well written and how detailed, would have little meaning without the right people to implement it and to live by its values.
Those present on the occasion included Justice Mohammad Akram Chowdhary, Justice Rajesh Sekhri, M. K. Sharma, Member Secretary, J&K Legal Services Authority, Haq Nawaz Zargar, Registrar Vigilance, S.R. Gandhi, Registrar Judicial Jammu, Amit Kumar Gupta, Registrar Inspection, Prem Sagar, Secretary, HCLSC, Parveen Pandoh, Joint Registrar and other officers of the registry.
At Srinagar, the proceedings commenced with reading of the preamble which was led by Justice Sanjay Dhar.
The occasion was also graced by the presence of Justice Moksha Khajuria Kazmi.
The proceedings of the celebration were conducted by the Registrar Judicial, High Court of J&K and Ladakh, Srinagar Wing.
Joint Registrar (Judicial), Registry Officers besides officers and officials of the Srinagar Wing of the High Court were present on the occasion and also took part in reading the preamble.