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MP HC Chief Justice Inaugurates New Court Complexes, ADR & Mediation Centres

31 May 2020 7:37 AM GMT
MP HC Chief Justice Inaugurates New Court Complexes, ADR & Mediation Centres
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On 30.05.2020 at 10:30 A.M„ Justice Ajay Kumar Mittal, the Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court, in presence of Justice Sanjay Yadav, Administrative Judge, High Court of M.P. and Chairman, MP State Legal Services Authority and other puisne Judges of High Court of M.P. has e-inaugurated, through Video Conferencing [linkage from High Court Jabalpur], total 8 newly constructed buildings, comprising six newly constructed court complexes namely 1. District Court Complex Dindori, 2. District Court Complex Narsinghpur, 3. Civil Court Complex Nagod District Satna, 4. Civil Court Complex Chitrakoot District Satna, 5. Civil Court Complex Chanderi District Ashoknagar and 6. Civil Court Complex Nepanagar District Burhanpur and one Condominium Building, a residential complex for High Court Judges at Jabalpur and one Building of Regional Training Centre of M.P. State Judicial Academy at Gwalior.

In the same e-inauguration function through Video Conferencing Linkage, the Chief Justice has also inaugurated 13 other newly constructed buildings of District Legal Services Authorities, comprising one ADR building at District Court Complex Dindori and 12 newly constructed Mediation Centres at Tehsil Level of District Ashoknagar, Balaghat, Bhind, Chhatarpur, Damoh, Gwalior, Hoshangabad, Jabalpur, Jhabua and Sagar.

On this occasion Registrar General, Member Secretary, MPSLSA, Director, MPSJA and other Registr.y Officers of the High Court also were present

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