Judicial infrastructure to be upgraded in JK: Sagar
Srinagar, May 7: Minister for Rural Development, Law, Justice, Panchayats and Parliamentary Affairs, Ali Muhammad Sagar on Monday said Government has formulated 42 projects to upgrade judicial infrastructure in Jammu and Kashmir.
Chairing a meeting today, Sagar said the projects with an estimated cost of Rs 89 crore are aimed at augmenting the existing judicial infrastructure in the State.
Sagar asked the officers to speed up the pace of work on the ongoing projects. “We have to ensure that the projects are completed within stipulated time. These projects will go a long way in strengthening the judicial infrastructure across the State besides ensuring that people get the required legal help within the shortest possible time,” Sagar said.
The meeting was told that the District Court Complex, Srinagar being constructed at Mominabad, Srinagar, would be completed in November this year. The officials said the Judicial Academy, Sub-Judge Court at Baramulla, Munsiff Court Building, Pampore and Administrative Block of the Advocate General’s Office will be completed by this year.
The meeting among others was attended by the Commissioner Secretary Law, GH Tantray, Advocate General, M. I. Qadri, Managing Director, JKPCC, Chief Engineer, R&B, Kashmir, Special Secretary Law and other senior officers.
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