Justice Ali Mohammad Magray, who is also administrative Judge/portfolio Judge for Baramulla district, Saturday visited court complex Sopore and took stock of court functioning and other infrastructural facilities available there.
Justice Magray took a comprehensive review of various facilities for litigating public and lawyers and held a detailed review of infrastructural facilities available.
He stressed for ensuring timely and inexpensive disposal of pending cases for litigating public and for enhancing endeavors with reference to disposal of cases in line with mandate of law and encouraging Alternative Dispute Redressal Mechanism outside routine procedural mechanism.
The President Bar Association Sopore submitted a memorandum to Justice Magray, seeking his special intervention for redressal of their grievances. District Development Commissioner Baramulla Dr G N Itoo and other officers were present on the occasion.
Meanwhile, Justice Magrey visited Bandipora district and inspected on-going work on new court complex. Principal District and Sessions Judge Bandipora Syed Sarfaraz Ahmad Shah, District Development Commissioner Bandipora, Shahbaz Ahmad Mirza, SSP Bandipora Rahul Malik and other officers of judiciary and district administration were present on the occasion.
Justice Magray impressed upon executing agency to speed up work on the project and ensure that it was completed within stipulated time frame.
Later Justice Magray, who is also Chairman Building and Infrastructure Committee, J&K High Court, visited Ganderbal and chaired a meeting to take stock of acquisition of land proposed for new court complex and repair of existing court complex as per National Module.
The meeting held a detailed review of land proposed for new court complex with district administration. The Principal District & Sessions Judge briefed about the status of land identified for the construction of new district court complex adjacent to SSP Office Complex Ganderbal.