SJA organizes training prog for Sub-Judges
Srinagar, June 3: State Judicial Academy organized a two-day special training programme for Sub-Judges and Munsiffs of three districts—Srinagar, Budgam and Ganderbal.
A statement issued here said the programme was organized under the guidance of Justice Virender Singh, Acting Chief Justice of J&K and Justice Mansoor Ahmad Mir, Judge In-Charge of the State Judicial Academy.
“The training programme was conducted by Abdul Wahid, Director, J&K State Judicial Academy and Syed Javed Ahmed, Faculty Member (District & Sessions Judge –Retd.),” the statement said.
The topics discussed included “Constitutional Rights, Speedy Trials, Negotiable Instrument Act, Code of Criminal Procedure and Juvenile Justice Act.”
Speaking on the occasion Abdul Wahid said that “speedy trial of a case would ensure justice to accused as well as victim.” “Right to speedy trial is a fundamental right implicit in Article 21 of Constitution,” he said.
The statement said some ideas and suggestions were thrown for ensuring fulfillment of constitutional goal of speedy trial. “The Judicial Officers were asked to follow the mandate of law provided under section 344 CrPC in letter and spirit so that no case of under trial is adjourned beyond 15 days,” it added.
An interactive session on Negotiable Instrument Act and Juvenile Justice Act was also held.
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