Himachal youth not qualifying judicial service is a matter of concern: CM



HP Chief Minister Shri Virbhadra Singh showed his concern over Himachalis for not qualifying the Judicial Services exam. Speaking at a function hosted by Dehra Bar Association on Thursday night at Dehra 60kms from Dharamshala Chief Minister said, “Since last many years none of the youth from Himachal had qualified for Judicial Service and in merit which was a matter of concern and needs to be pondered upon. There was no dearth of caliber in Himachal.” He wanted to see the candidates from Himachal to be selected in Judiciary Services.


While speaking on the occasion Chief Minister said Bar Association Dehra would be strengthened and office of Municipal Committee building would be constructed elsewhere. The existing place and the open space could be put to use for the members of the Bar Association for chambers and library. He announced a sum of Rs 10 lakh for library and furniture. He said that he will take up the issue for setting up Courts of Additional District and Session Judge at Dehra, Nurpur and Palampur whenever there was any such proposal from High Court.


MLA Shri Sanjay Rattan also spoke on the occasion. Urban Development Minister Shri Sudhir Sharma, State Youth Congress President Shri Vikramaditya Singh, Vice Chairman Freedom Fighters Welfare Board Shri Sushil Rattan were also present on the occasion amongst others.

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Arvind Sharma is a permanent resident of Dharamshala in HP, and is an award winning bi-lingual journalist with more than 22 years of experience. He started his writing career from local weekly Himachal Kesri and later worked with Divya Himachal, Dainik Jagran, Dainik Bhaskar, Vir Partap and Ajit. Currently, he is working with news agency PTI. He was conferred with the Himachal Kesri journalism award in 2010.

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