Jammu and Kashmir High Court slaps ₹2 lakh costs on Kashmir DHS for stalling execution of decree for 20 years

The High Court said that the conduct of the government reveals that it was casual and careless about the manner in which it was prosecuting the case.
High Court of Jammu & Kashmir, Srinagar
High Court of Jammu & Kashmir, Srinagar

The High Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh recently asked the office of the Director of Health Services (DHS) at Srinagar, Kashmir to pay ₹2 lakhs as costs for repeatedly filing frivolous cases to halt the execution of a decree passed by a trial court in 2003 [Director Health Services and Another V/S Iqbal Ahmad Baqal].

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