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Chief Justice interacts with senior lawyers of High Court via video conferencing
4/6/2020 10:34:38 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Apr 6: Chief Justice Jammu and Kashmir High Court, Justice Gita Mittal today held an interaction with senior lawyers of High Court of Jammu and Kashmir via video conferencing.
Prominent among the lawyers who interacted from Srinagar were Mr Zaffar Shah, Mr Zaffar Qureshi, Mr Ashraf and Mr Manzoor Dar. Mr Leela Karan Sharma, Mr Sunil Sethi Mr. Ved Raj Wazir, Mr UK Jallali interacted from Jammu.
Besides these senior lawyers, President High Court Bar Association Jammu, Mr Abhinav Sharma and Executive member of High Court Bar Association Kashmir, Mr Ashraf Bhat were also present. Chief Justice exhorted upon lawyers to keep ascertaining about the well being of the lawyer fraternity and to look into collective needs of the people of UTs of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh as well as to discuss way forward during and after the lifting of the lockdown.
During the interaction, lawyers highlighted the fact that High Court of Jammu and Kashmir is the only court in country which took the initiative of giving advance dates to the cases so as to streamline further listing of the cases as well as keeping lawyers and litigants informed about the progress of their respective cases.
Chief Justice exhorted upon senior lawyers to apply their mind to the present crisis and to suggest ways and means to move ahead in this time of crisis. Chief Justice also impressed upon the lawyers to reach out to other members of the Bar especially those in need of immediate financial help.
Jammu based lawyers suggested that Nodal Officers must be appointed by the Government to liaise with the administration as well as patients who are ailing due to health conditions unrelated to COVID-19 and who need immediate medical treatment out of the state but are not able to move out of state due to restrictions imposed during lockdown. They also highlighted the issue of lawyers who don’t have regular earning and are hailing from far flung areas and are residing in rented accommodation in Jammu.
Chief Justice impressed upon all the lawyers to raise a fund out of lawyers’ contribution for providing financial assistance to the needy advocates. Chief Justice urged upon the lawyers to evolve a mechanism to collect data and identify the deserving lawyers. Kashmir based lawyers welcomed the suggestion of the Chief Justice and assured that Kashmir based lawyers shall raise a fund for providing financial assistance to the needy lawyers whereas Jammu based lawyers said some of them on their own are helping their needy colleagues.
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