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Justice Dar gets full court reference on his farewell from J&K HC
11/15/2019 9:59:29 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 15: To bid adieu to Justice Rashid Ali Dar, a full court farewell reference was held in the Chief Justice's Court at High Court Wing Jammu here today.
It is worthwhile to mention here that with the retirement of Justice Rashid Ali Dar, there are only Eight Judges out Seventeen Judges.
The farewell function was attended by Chief Justice of J&K High Court, Justice Gita Mittal, Justice Rajesh Bindal, Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey, Justice Tashi Rabstan, Justice Sanjeev Kumar and Justice Sindhu Sharma. The function was also attended by Chief Secretary BVR Subramanyam, Principal Secretary Home Shaleen Kabra, Principal Secretary Housing and Urban Development Department Dheeraj Gupta, Law Secretary Achal Sethi, President Bar Association Abhinav Sharma along with his team of advocates, Additional Advocate General SS Nanda along with other law officers, Addl Solicitor General of India, Tahir Shamsi and Vishal Sharma, former judges of J&K High Court, Principal District & Sessions Judge Jammu Mr RK Wattal and other Judicial Officers, officers of Registry and members of Bar.
The farewell proceedings were conducted by Registrar General, Sanjay Dhar, while as Additional Advocate General, SS Nanda addressed the gathering and highlighted Justice Dar's judicial verdicts during his tenure in J&K High Court. He also appreciated his dedication in delivering the justice.
In his reply, Justice Rashid Ali Dar appreciated the cooperation and commitment of the members of Bar and their support in his time in High Court. Justice Rashid Ali Dar also praised the judges of the High Court, Judicial Officers of the State and personal staff of High Court for their dedication and commitment. Justice Dar expressed his gratitude and affection for the entire judicial fraternity.
Later, Guard of Honour was also presented to Justice Rashid Ali Dar.
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