CJ inaugurates legal aid clinics
Pulwama, Oct 15: The Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir High Court, Justice F.M. Ibrahim Kalifullah today inaugurated three legal aid clinics at District Court Complex, Tehsil office and Pinglena village here.
The Chief Justice said the free legal aid clinics are meant to ensure early disposal of peoples grievances.
After hearing some cases, the Chief Justice directed the Wildlife Department to pay initial compensation of Rs 20000 each to two victims who had suffered injuries in attacks by wild animals in recent years.
The Wildlife Department was also directed to consider ex-gratia payment of Rs one lakh each to them at the earliest. The Chief Justice also directed the Director SKIMS Soura to provide free medical treatment to a minor girl patient from Mitrigam. Justice Muzaffar Hussain Attar and Justice Virender Singh also spoke on the occasion.
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