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Punjab and Haryana High Court judges inspect Jalalabad Courts

Harpreet Mehami | March 15, 2019 07:15 PM

Listening to the problem and suggestions of Jalalabad Bar Association lawyers and general public

To visit Fazilka and Abohar courts on March 16 under annual inspection of civil and criminal courts

 Jalalabad: The Punjab and Haryana High Court Judges, Hon'ble Justice Rakesh Kumar Jain and Hon'ble Justice Arun Monga, the Administrative Judges of Fazilka Division, today visited the Jalalabad Courts on the first day of the annual inspection of civil and criminal courts.

District and Sessions Judge Tarsem Mangla, Jalalabad Courts Additional Civil Judge (Senior Division) Dipti Goyal and Civil Judge (Junior Division) Rajiv Kumar Garg welcomed them on their arrival at Jalalabad courts. 

 

Earlier, Manpreet Singh Chhatwal, Deputy Commissioner, Fazilka and J.S. Rathore, Deputy Commandant, 118th Battalion, BSF have received both the Judges at BSF Guest House. Keshav Goyal, SDM Jalalabad was also present.

During inspection, Hon'ble Justice Rakesh Kumar Jain, Hon'ble Justice Arun Monga examined the functioning of civil and criminal courts. They also interacted with the office bearers and members of the Jalalabad Bar Association and general public and listened to their probleApart from this, they have also received the suggestions of the lawyers and the public for the smooth functioning and improvement in the administration of the courts.

On this occasion, Jalalabad Bar Association President Advocate Bakhshish Singh, Vice President Advocate Satnam Pal Handa, Secretary Advocate Karamjit Singh, Joint Secretary Advocate Talwinder Singh and Treasurer Advocate Krish and other office bearers & members also honoured the Hon'ble Judges.

Both the judges will inspect Fazilka and Abohar Courts on the last day of their two-day visit on March 16

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