STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: The government on Friday nominated 20 Judicial Officers for attending one-day Training Programme on ‘Handling Survivors of Sexual Violence Cases at Hospitals’ scheduled to be held at Jammu and Kashmir State Judicial Academy, Jammu on February 16, 2020 at 9:45 AM. As per order issued by Permod Kumar, Deputy Registrar (Adm), Jammu and Kashmir High Court, the Judicial Officers who have been nominated to attend the training programme include Mohammad Akram Chowdhary, Principal District and Sessions Judge, Samba, Nighat Sultana, Addl. District Judge (Bank Cases), Jammu, Zubair Ahmad Raza, Addl. District and Sessions Judge, Doda, Tahir Khursheed Raina, Addl. District and Sessions Judge, Jammu, Kalpana Revo, Addl. District Judge (Matrimonial Cases), Jammu, Jatinder Singh Jamwal, Addl. District and Sessions Judge, Kathua, V.S Bhou, 2nd Addl. District and Sessions Judge, Jammu, Kamlesh Pandita, Principal District and Sessions Judge, Reasi, Kusum Lata Pandita, Addl. District and Session Judge, Rajouri, Mohammad Rafiq Chak, CJM, Udhampur, Ajay Kumar Gupta, CJM/Sub-Judge Samba, Sudhir Khajuria, CJM, Kishtwar, Yash Paul Sharma, CJM Kathua, Madan Lal, Sub-Judge (Electricity Magistrate), Batote, Renu Dogra, Sub-Judge, Bhadarwah, Sudesh Sharma, Electricity Magistrate, Jammu, Rajni Sharma, Excise Magistrate, Jammu, Preet Simran Kour, Munsiff, Jammu, Geeta Kumari, Munsiff, R.S Pura and Anjana Rajput, Munsiff, Sunderbani.
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