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JK HC Orders Transfer of Six District Judges
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JK HC Orders Transfer of Six District Judges

“The transferee Judges shall ensure that all matters pending for judgments/part heard, are completed and judgments/orders are pronounced in such matters before moving.”


SRINAGAR — Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court on Friday ordered the transfer of six district judges in the interest of administration.

According to an order by Sanjeev Gupta, Registrar General, Sanjay Parihar, Director, JK Judicial Academy, has been transferred and posted as Principal District and Sessions Judge, Jammu against the available vacancy.

Kalpana Revo, Additional District and Sessions Judge, Rajouri, has been transferred and posted as Principal District and Sessions Judge, Rajouri against the available vacancy.

Suneet Gupta, 3rd Additional District and Sessions Judge (TADA/POTA) Jammu, has been transferred and posted as Additional District and Sessions Judge, Doda vice Mehmood Ahmad Chowdhary.

Mehmood Ahmad Chowdhary, Additional District, and Sessions Judge, Additional District and Sessions Judge, Doda has been transferred and posted as Additional District and session judge Rajouri vice Mahmood Ahmad Chowdhary.

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Masarat Roohi, Additional District and Sessions Judge, Srinagar, has been transferred and posted as Principal Judge, Family Court, Srinagar against the available vacancy.

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Ashwani Kumar, 1st Additional District and Sessions Judge, Jammu, has transferred and posted as 3 Additional District & Session as 3 Additional District & Sessions Judge (TADA/POTA), Jammu vice Shri Suneet Gupta.

Further Registrar General ordered that Sanjay Parihar, Director, JK Judicial Academy, shall hand over the charge to Shahzad Azeem, Registrar Vigilance.

“The transferee Judges shall ensure that all matters pending for judgments/part heard, are completed and judgments/orders are pronounced in such matters before moving.”

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