Srinagar, June 15, CNS: Justice Ali Mohammad Magray and Justice Rashid Ali Dar of Jammu and Kashmir High Court today visited district Kupwara and inspected the on-going work of District Court Complex Project which is being executed by J&K Housing Board at a cost of Rs.17.96 crore.
Principal District and Sessions Judge Kupwara, Additional District Development Commissioner Kupwara, SSP Kupwara, President Bar Association Kupwara besides other officers of judiciary and District Administration were also present on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, Justice Magray and Justice Dar impressed upon the executing agency to speed up work on the project and ensure that it is completed within the stipulated time frame.
While reviewing the work culture of the judiciary, they asked the concerned for early and speedy disposal of the court cases. They also stressed for making the common people aware about all the schemes and programmes in Vogue for their benefit.
He also visited courts of Sub-judge Pattan to take stock of functioning of these subordinate courts. The visit started with an inspection of court of Sub-Judge where Justice Magray offered a patient hearing to the demands and grievances of Bar Association Pattan regarding the construction of chamber and other demands and instructed the Deputy Commissioner Baramulla Dr G N Itoo to identify the land for the construction chambers for lawyers & residential quarter for sub judge court Pattan.
Inchrage Principle District Judge Baramulla Naseer Ahmad Dar , Sub Judge Pattan Manzoor Ahmad Zarger. Deputy Commissioner Baramulla Dr G N itoo, SSP Baramulla Abdul Qayoum, SDM Pattan Naseer Ahmad ,Tehsildar Pattan Dr Salau-ud-din, SDPO Pattan Mashkoor Ahmad Zarger,Dy.Sp Ops Zafar Mehdi, Executive officer MC Pattan Ghulam Rasool Shah ,SHO PS Pattan Syed Gazanfar, Standing Counsel MC Pattan Advocate Saleem Yousuf, President Bar Association Pattan advocate Ishfaq Ahmad ,Po Pattan Ms Najmu Nisa were also Present on the Occasion.
Justice Magray also took stock of e-courts services and the various facilities provided to the general public by use of technology under e-courts project. He himself tested the present status of Case Information System (CIS) online with e-court generated Cause List. He advised the concerned to make proper use of services provided by e-court project. Instructions were also issued for further improvement in e-court project to make it more user-friendly where anyone can have access to case online through recently launched software applications such as easily downloadable e-courts mobile app and e-courts Services application.
“People have faith in the judiciary and the need of the hour is to put in coordinated efforts to strengthen confidence so that justice is not only done but seen to be done,” said Justice Magray. (CNS)