New District Court Complex starts going green
Chief Justice reviews developmental works
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 10: The New District Court Complex at Mominabad has started going green with the plantation drive started by Chief Justice of state High Court, Justice MM Kumar who was accompanied by Judges of the High Court, Justice Muhammad Yaqoob Mir, Justice Hasnain Massodi, Justice Ali Muhammad Magray and Justice Janak Raj Kotwal.
An official handout Wednesday said: “The Chief Justice and the Judges of High Court planted Deodar trees in the premises of New District Court Complex which initiates the project launched by District Judiciary in collaboration with Urban Forestry Division Srinagar Department of Forest.”
“While interacting with the dignitaries, officials and functionaries working on the project, the Chief Justice directed the concerned to plant sufficient number of trees to ensure the greenery in and around the New District Court Complex which is likely to start functioning in this year,” the handout added.
Those present on the occasion included Principal District & Sessions Judge Srinagar, Muhammad Shafi Khan, Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Farooq Ahmad Shah and Conservator Forests, Nisar Ahmed.
“The Chief Justice also took stock of the developmental works under way in the New District Court Complex,” the handout said.
The Chief Justice accompanied by Judges of High Court and the officials of district administration, executing agencies of the project also visited State Judicial Academy within the premises of New District Court Complex.
The authorities of JKPCC informed the Chief Justice that the project of State Judicial Academy “is almost complete and shall be ready in a short time to be handed over to the High Court for commencement of the functioning of Academy from the new complex.”
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