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SRINAGAR: Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey, Administrative Judge for District Srinagar on Thursday held a video conference with the Judicial Officers posted at District Headquarter Srinagar.He emphasized upon the Judges to ensure disposal of old cases on priority, so that there is no long wait for the litigants who are seeking justice. Justice Magrey urged upon the judges to be fearless in delivering justice so that the confidence of the common man on Justice Delivery System is strengthened as the people have great trust and confidence in the Courts.To be fair and honest is the basic virtue of judge as the process of delivery of justice is divine in nature and has to be pure and unadulterated, he added. While appreciating the Judicial Officers for their hard work and maintaining the decorum and dignity of the Court, Justice Magrey sought weekly performance reports from the Judicial Officers so as to ensure that priority is given to the old pending cases.Abdul Rashid Malik, Principal District and Sessions Judge Srinagar briefed Justice Magrey about the functioning of the Courts at Srinagar and also highlighted the infrastructural requirements. The Administrative Judge issued on the spot directions to the concerned to ensure no difficulty in operating different mechanical services including heating system in the Court Complex and other facilities should occur during winter.
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