Justice Magray reviews functioning of Court Complex Kishtwar

KISHTWAR: Jammu and Kashmir High Court Judge, Justice Ali Mohammad Magray today visited District Court Complex Kishtwar where he took a detailed review of its legal and other related functioning.
The visiting Judge also took an appraisal of various developmental activities that are currently being carried out in the court complex.
Justice Magray interacted with the members of District Bar Association who appraised him about their issues and demands. The members highlighted several issues hampering their function and sought the personal intervention of the Justice for their immediate redressal.
Justice Magray also interacted with parents of juvenile in conflict with law and directed the members of juvenile justice board to take care about the rehabilitation of such juveniles.
He further directed the concerned functionaries to dispose of all the pending juvenile cases at an earliest and also told the judicial and civil administration to organise more awareness camp for the juvenile to take active participation in the mainstream for their general progression in career.
Terming the Lawyers as a vital organ in the Judicial System, Justice Magray exhorted upon them to work with zeal and dedication and highlighted their role in dispensation of justice.
Moreover, he impressed upon them to imbibe legal ethics and professionalism for maintaining the higher standards of their profession.
Principal District & Sessions Judge and Chairman, District Legal Services Authority, Kishtwar, Sham Lal Lalhal, Chief Judicial Magistrate (Sub-Judge) Kishtwar Sudhir Kumar Khajuria, Munsiff/JMIC, Kishtwar Munish K. Manhas, SSP Kishtwar, Dr Harmeet Singh Mehta, President Bar Association Kishtwar, K A Dev, Secretary Bar Association Kishtwar Kuldeep Kumar Sharma, Advocate Dar Mohsin, Shaik Saroori, Sabdar Ali Najar etc, besides various civil and judicial officers, Bar Association Members and other concerned were present on the occasion.
Justice Ali Mohammad Magray also visited the new under construction District Court Complex at Bhaderwah and inspected construction work on Court Complex, Lawyer Chamber and Mediation Centre coming up at Rs 34.66 crore.
The executing agency was directed to complete the project within the stipulated time frame so that benefit of the infrastructure can reach to the general public as well as lawyers and judges.
Additional District and Session Judge Doda and District Mobile Magistrate Doda were also present on the occasion.