SRINAGAR Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey today inaugurated the relocated Jammu & Kashmir Industrial Tribunal/Labour Court and District Consumer Protection Forum at District Court Complex Moominabad in presence of Justice M K Hanjura.
Principal District & Sessions Judge Srinagar, Mohammad Akram Chowdhary, Director State Judicial Academy, Abdul Rashid Malik, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Ahmad Khan, Secretary Law, Abdul Majid Bhat, Commissioner Srinagar Municipal Corporation, RTO Kashmir, Director Floriculture, other senior officers of the district administration, judicial officers and lawyers were present on the occasion.
Jammu & Kashmir Labour Court/Industrial Tribunal were earlier functioning from Old Court Complex at Lal Chowk Srinagar, whereas District Consumer Protection Forum constituted under the Consumer Protection Act was operating from Old Civil Secretariat Srinagar.
Speaking on the occasion, Justice Magrey, who is also the Administrative Judge for District Srinagar, laid stress on speedy disposal of pending cases to ensure fair and speedy justice to the litigant public.
He emphasized that immediate steps are required to be taken to address the issue of sanitation, cleanliness and maintenance of the Court Complex at Moominabad.
The Floriculture department was asked to develop the landscape within the Court Complex. The Regional Transport Officer Srinagar was asked to ply sufficient vehicles on the route, covering District Court Complex to Jehangir Chowk.
Justice Magrey also interacted with the executive Members of the Bar and listened to their grievances. He assured the members of the Bar that their genuine grievances will be redressed at the earliest.
The Divisional Commissioner assured the judges that he will visit the District Court Complex Moominabad, after a week to monitor the implement
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