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NORTH 24 PARAGANAS DISTRICT

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DISTRICT INFORMATION

1.    Name of the District:                 NORTH 24 PARAGANAS

2.    Names of sub-divisions including Sadar:  SadarBarasat

3.    Area in Sq. KM of the district as a whole and its different sub-divisions: 

4.    Population (total as well as Sub-Divisions):     Total Population (As per 2001 Census) - 9025832

  Sadar/Sub-division

Male Population

Female Population

  Barasat Sadar

1180626

111577

  Barrackpur Sub-Division

1902829

1693141

  Bongaon Sub-Division

502031

475032

  Basirhat Sub-Division

1013348

973084

  Bidhannagar Sub-Division

86026

83838

  Total

4684860

4340972

5.    Literacy rate of males & females (total as well as sub-division-wise):

       Literacy Rate as a whole - Male – 83.90%, Female – 71.70%

  Sadar/Sub-division

Male

Female

  Barasat Sadar

85.00%

72.00%

  Barrackpur Sub-Division

80.13%

72.20%

  Bongaon Sub-Division

76.34%

69.05%

  Basirhat Sub-Division

77.10%

64.20%

  Bidhannagar Sub-Division

87369%

81.17%

 

6    Police Stations (total as well as sub-division-wise ):  Total Police Stations - 40

                           

Sl. No. Sub-Division Name of Police Station
1. Barasat Sadar (8)   Barasat
      Deganga
      Ashokenagar
      Amdanga
      Baguihati
      New Town
      Rajarhat
      Habra
2. Barrackpur Sub Division (14)   Bizpur
      Naihati
      Jagatdal
      Noapara
      Titagarh
      Barrackpore
      Khardah
      Ghola
      Belghoria
      Baranagar
      Nimta
      Dum Dum
      Airport
      N.S.C.B.I. (Airport)
3. Bongaon Sub-Division (4)   Bongaon
      Bagda
      Gopal Nagar
      Gaighata
4. Basirhat Sub-Division (9)   Basirhat
      Hingalgunj
      Hasnabad
      Sandeshkhali
      Baduria
      Swarupnagar
      Minakhan
      Haroa
      Coastal PS, Hemnagar
5. Bidhannagar Sub-Div. (5)   Bidhannagar (South)
      Bidhannagar (East)
      Bidhannagar (North)
      Electronic Complex PS
      Lake Town

 

7.    HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

North 24 Parganas district is a district in southern West Bengal, India. North 24 Parganas extends in the [tropical zone] from latitude 22ş11´6´´ north to 23ş15´2´´ north and from longitude 88ş20´ east to 89ş5´ east. It is bordered to Nadia by north, to Bangladesh (Khulna Division) by north and east, to South 24 Parganas and Kolkata by south and to Kolkata, Howrah and Hoogly by west. Barasat is the district headquarters of North 24 Parganas.

North 24 Parganas is West Bengal’s most populous district. It is also the tenth largest district in the State by area and second most densely populated district (3,781/km˛ as of 2007 census).

Ancient History

According to Ptolemy’s Treaties on geography, written in the 2nd Century A.D., the ancient land of Gangaridi was stretched between the rivers Bhagirathi-Hoogly (lower Ganges) and Padma-Meghna. The modern-day 24 Parganas was the southern and the south-eastern territory of that legendary kingdom.

Archeological excavation at Berachampa village in Deganga PS proves that though the area was not directly attached to the rule of the Guptas, yet it could not shun their cultural influence. Xuanzang (c. 629-685) visited 30 Buddhist Biharas and 100 Hindu Temples in India and some of these were in the Greater 24 Parganas region.

The district was not a part of Shashanka’s unified Bengali empire known as Gauda, but it is assumed that the district which was the south-west frontier territory of ancient Bengal, was comprised in under the rule of Dharmapala (estimated c. 770-810). The Pala rule was not quite strong in this part as no excavation uncover any of Buddhist Pala antiquities but a lots of Hindu Sena sculptures.

Middle Ages

In the middle of 16th century, Portuguese pirates began to invade and plunder many of the waterways and prosperous human settlements in the lower delta region. People started to run off these places in fear of being murdered, raped or captured to be sold as slaves. The Basirhat sub-division of North 24 Parganas suffered these torments.

Maharaja Pratapaditya, a Bhuian king (one of the 12 feudal lords of Bengal who declared their sovereignty from the Mughal Empire) of Jessore, Khulna, Barisal and Greater 24 Parganas, fought and resisted the Portuguese in the early years of 17th Century. When he was defeated by the Mughals, Lakshmikanta Majumdar of Barisha, a sub-ordinate of the king, won the favor of fortune. While establishing the famous Kali Temple at Kalighat, Majumdar got some help of Raja Basanta Roy, Pratapaditya’s uncle who was later killed by his ever-suspicious nephew. Yet Majumdar played for Abdul Rahman Khan, the Mughal Subbadar (governor of Mughal provinces). Pratapaditya lost the battles of Salka and Magrahat and was captured by the Mughal. Later he died in prison on the way to Delhi. Majumdar was reworded the zamindari of Magura, Paikan, Anwarpur and Kalikata for his treason against his own sovereign from Jahangir in 1611. Later his grandson was bestowed the Zamindari of Khulna and Greater 24 Parganas (partially) by Murshid Quli Khan, the Nawab of Bengal. Once the capital of Raja Bikramaditya and Maharaja Pratapaditya was at Dhumghat. Later it was transferred to Ishwaripur (Originated from the name Jeshoreshwaripur). Maharaja Pratapaditya declared independence of South Bengal (Jessore, Khulna in north, Sundarbans, Bay of Bengal in South, Barisal in east and River Ganges in west) against the Mughal Empire of India.

Jashoreshwari Kali Temple (built by Pratapaditya), Chanda Bhairab Mandir at Ishwaripur (a triangular temple, built during the Sena period), Five domed Tenga Mosque at Banshipur (Mughal period), two big and four small domed Hammankhana (constructed by Pratapaditya) at Bangshipur, Govinda Dev Temple at Gopalpur (built by Basanta Roy, uncle of Maharaja Pratapaditya in 1593), Jahajghata Port (Khanpur). Pratapaditya king of Jessore and one of the bara-bhuiyans of Bengal. Pratapaditya fought against the Mughal imperial army during its inroad into Bengal in the early 17th century. His father Shrihari (Shridhar), a Kayastha, was an influential officer in the service of daud khan karrani. On the fall of Daud he fled away with the government treasure in his custody. He then set up a kingdom for himself in the marshy land to the extreme south of Khulna district (1574) and took the title of Maharaja. Pratapaditya succeeded to the kingship in 1574. The baharistan and the travel diary of Abdul Latif and the contemporary European writers, all testify to the personal ability of Pratapaditya, his political pre-eminence, material resources and martial strength, particularly in war-boats. His territories covered the greater part of what is now included in the greater Jessore, Khulna and Barisal districts. He established his capital at Dhumghat, a strategic position at the confluence of the Jamuna and Ichhamati.

Among the Bengal zamindars Pratapaditya was the first to send his envoy to Islam Khan Chisti with a large gift to win the favour of the Mughals, and then tendered personal submission to the Subahdar (1609). He promised military assistance and personal service in the Mughal campaign against musa khan, a pledge that he did not keep. To punish Pratapaditya for his disloyalty as a vassal and to subjugate his territory, a large expedition was launched under the command of Ghiyas Khan, which soon reached a place named Salka, near the confluence of the Jamuna and Ichhamati (1611). Pratapaditya equipped a strong army and a fleet and placed them under expert officers including Feringis, Afghans and Pathans. His eldest son Udayaditya made a big fort at Salka with natural barriers on three sides rendering it almost impregnable. In battle the Jessore fleet gained an initial advantage. But the imperial army cut off the Jessore fleet, made a breach in its ranks and broke its unity and discipline. In the melee that followed, the admiral Khwaja Kamal was killed. Udayaditya lost heart and hastily fled to his father, narrowly escaping capture. Jamal Khan evacuated the fort and followed Udayaditya.

Pratapaditya prepared himself to fight a second time from a new base near the confluence of Kagarghat canal and the Jamuna. He made a big fort at a strategic point and gathered all his available forces there. The imperialists began the battle by an attack on the Jessore fleet (Jan 1612) and compelled it to seek shelter beneath the fort. But their further advance was checked by the heavy cannonade of the Jessore artillery. A sudden attack of the imperialists completely defeated the Jessore fleet and they fell upon the fort with the elephants in front, thereby compelling Pratapaditya to evacuate the fort and retreat.

The second defeat sealed the fate of Pratapaditya. At Kagarghat he tendered submission to Ghiyas Khan, who personally escorted Pratapaditya to Islam Khan at Dhaka. The Jessore king was put in chains and his kingdom was annexed. Pratapaditya was kept confined at Dhaka. No authentic information is available regarding his last days. Probably he died at Benares on his way to Delhi, as a prisoner.

British Raj

The territory of Greater 24 Parganas were under the Satgaon (ancient Saptagram, now in Hoogly district) administration during the Mughal era and later it was included in Hoogly chakla (district under post-Mughal Nawabi rule) during the rule of Murshid Quli Khan. In 1757, after the Battle of Plassey, Nawab Mir Jafar confer the Zamindari of 24 parganas and janglimahals (small administrative units) to the British East India Company. These were Amirpur, Akbarpur, Balia, Birati, Azimabad, Basandhari, Baridhati, Bagjola, Kalikata, Garh, Hatiagarh, Islampur, Dakshin Sagar, Kharijuri, Khaspur, Ikhtiarpur, Madhyamgram, Magura, Medanmalla, Maida, Manpur, Muragachha, Pechakuli, Paikan, Rajarhat, Shahpur, Shahnagar, Satal and Uttar Pargana. Since then, this entire territory is known as Twentyfour Parganas.

In 1751, the Company assigned John Zephaniah Holwell as zemindar of the District.[3] In 1759, after the Bengali War of 1756-57, the Company assigned it to Lord Clive as a personal Jaghir (zamindari) and after his death it again came under the direct authority of the Company.

In 1793, during the rule of Lord Cornwallis, entire Sunderbans were in Twentyfour Parganas. In 1802, some parganas on the western banks of river Hoogly were included into it. These parganas were in Nadia earlier. In 1814, a separate collectorate was established in Twenty-four Parganas. In 1817, Falta and Baranagar and in 1820, some potions of Nadia’s Balanda and Anwarpur were encompassed to it. In 1824, portions of Barasat, Khulna and Bakhargunge (now in Bangladesh) were also included to it. In 1824, the district Headquarter was shifted from Kolkata to Baruipur, but in 1828, it was removed to Alipore. In 1834, the district was spilt into two districts – Alipore and Barasat, but later these were united again.

In 1905, some portion of this district around the Sunderbans was detached and linked to Khulna and Barishal. These parts remained in Pakistan (later Bangladesh territories where Jessore’s Bangaon was joined to Twentyfour Pargana after the 1947 partition.

After Independence

In 1983, an administrative reform committee under the chairmanship of Dr. Ashok Mitra suggested to spilt the district into two and as per the recommendation of the committee two districts – North and South 24 Parganas were created. The North 24 Parganas which was included to the Presidency Division has been formed with 5 sub-divisions of the Greater 24 Parganas namely Barasat (Headquarter), Barrackpore, Basirhat, Bangaon and Bidhannagar (a satellite township of Kolkata, popularly known as Salt Lake).

 

8.    The Distance of any of its sub-divisions from Kolkata and mode of transport / communication from Kolkata:

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DISTRICT COURT INFORMATION

9.    Number of Courts (total as well as Sub-divisions-wise):

Total No. of Courts - 58

    • Barasat Sadar - 20
    • Barrackpur Sub-Division - 14
    • Bongaon Sub-Division - 8
    • Basirhat Sub-Division - 12
    • Bidhannagar Sub-Division - 2
    • Sealdah Chowki - 2

10. Names of the Judicial Officers and their respective dates of posting:

Sl. No. Name of Judicial Officers Designation Sate of Posting / Vacant Since

Contact Numbers

BARASAT

1

Sri N. K. Ghosal

District Judge, North 24 Parganas

31/05/2012

Office: 2552-3090 / 2562-3466

 Resi.:   2562-4323

 Fax.:    2562-3466 / 2584-2575

2

Sri Sujit Kumar Mehrotra

A.D.J., 1st Court, Barasat

28/03/2013  

3

Sri Santanu Jha

A.D.J., 2nd Court, Barasat

11/01/2013  

4

Sri Pradip Kumar Panja

A.D.J., 3rd Court, Barasat

09/11/2011  

5

Vacant

A.D.J., 4th Court, Barasat

   

6

Sri Dharani Adikari

(Placed under suspension with effect from 06/08/2013 A/N)

A.D.J., 5th Court, Barasat

14/12/2012  

7

Sri Sudipta Kumar De

A.D.J., 6th Court, Barasat (NDPS)

02/12/2011  

8

Smt. Jyati Bhattacharya (Das)

(FTC Officer on Adhoc basis)

A.D.J., 7th Court, Barasat

01/04/2013  

9

Sri Nandan Deb Barman

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.1, Barasat

01/04/2013  

10

Sri Bimal Kanti Bera

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.2, Barasat

   

11

Sri Arpan Kumar Chattopadhyay

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.3, Barasat

09/11/2011  

12

Sri Suresh Biswakarma

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.4, Barasat

09/11/2011  

13

Sri Jeetendra Gupta

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.5, Barasat

01/04/2013  

14

Smt. Madhumita Roy - II

CJM, Barasat

09/01/2013  

15

Sri Satya Arnab Ghosal

Registrar, Civil Courts, Barasat

11/01/2012  

16

Smt. Leena Goldar

C.J. (Sr.Div.), 1st Court, Barasat

22/06/2012

 

17

Smt Melissa Gurung

C.J. (Sr.Div.), 2nd Court, Barasat

23/12/2011

 

18

Sri Obed Tshering Lepcha

C.J. (Jr.Div.), 1st Court, Barasat

17/02/2012

 

19

Sri Himadri Kumar Nath

C.J. (Jr.Div.), 2nd Court, Barasat

 

 

20

Sri Debesh Santra

J.M., 1st Court, Barasat

 

 

21

Sri Edwin Lepcha

J.M., 2nd Court, Barasat

 

 

BARRACKPORE

22

Smt. Sikha Sen

Addl. District Judge, 1st Court, Barrackpore

 

 

23

Sri Debashis Halder

(FTC Officer on Adhoc basis)

A.D.J., 2nd Court, Barrackpore

01/04/2013

 

24

Sri Sandip Chowdhury

(FTC Officer on Adhoc basis)

A.D.J., 3rd Court No., Barrackpore

01/04/2013

 

25

Sri Sujay Sengupta

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.1, Barrackpore

01/11/2011

 

26

Sri Paresh Chandra Karmakar

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.2, Barrackpore

05/11/2011

 

27

Sri Sanjib Dey

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.3, Barrackpore

02/11/2011

 

28

Sri Ashutosh Sarkar

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.4, Barrackpore

31/10/2011

 

29

Sri Indranil Chatterjee

A.C.J.M, Barrackpore

22/06/2011

 

30

Smt. Archita Sen 

J.M., 1st Court, Barrackpore

30/11/2012

 

31

Sri Tsering Yangchen Lepcha

J.M., 2nd Court, Barrackpore

 

 

32

Sri Nirnaya Tamang

J.M., 3rd Court, Barrackpore

02/01/2012

 

33

Sri Rajarshi Mukherjee

J.M., 4th Court, Barrackpore

27/11/2012

 

34

Sri Parag Neogi

J.M., 5th Court, Barrackpore

02/05/2012

 

35

Sri Arindam Chakraborty

C.J. (Jr.Div.), Barrackpore

14/03/2011

 

BONGAON

36

Sri Pulak Kumar Tewari

Addl. District Judge, 1st Court, Bongaon

 

 

37

Sri Dilip Kumar Das

(FTC Officer on Adhoc basis)

A.D.J., 2nd Court, Bongaon

01/04/2013

 

38

Sri Tapas Chandra Das

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.1, Bongaon

01/04/2013

 

39

Sri Nilanjan De Das

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.2, Bongaon

01/04/2013

 

40

Smt Moon Chakraborty

A.C.J.M., Bongaon

11/01/2013

 

41

Sri Soumendranath Roy

C.J. (Sr.Div.), Bongaon

19/12/2011

 

42

Sri Pradip Kumar Adhikary

J.M., Bongaon

 

 

43

Sri Mandip Saha Roy

C.J. (Jr.Div.), Bongaon

16/01/2012

 

BASIRHAT

44

Sri Jaladhar Mondal

Addl. District Judge, Basirhat

06/09/2012

 

45

Sri Mahananda Das

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.1, Basirhat

11/01/2011

 

46

Sri Sujata Kharga

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.2, Basirhat

17/12/2012

 

47

Sri Manas Ranjan Sanyal

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.3, Basirhat

01/04/2013

 

48

Sri Gopal Kishor Sinha

A.C.J.M., Basirhat

30/12/2011

 

49

Sri Ratan Kumar Gupta

C.J. (Sr.Div.), Basirhat

28/01/2011

 

50

Miss Sabilla Rahaman

J.M., 1st Court, Basirhat

28/01/2013

 

51

Smt Juin Datta

J.M., 1st Addl. Court, Basirhat

02/05/2012

 

52

Sri Sohan Mukhopadhyay

J.M., 2nd Addl. Court, Basirhat

10/01/2012

 

53

Sri Euepunde Lepcha

C.J. (Jr.Div.), 1st Court, Basirhat

11/05/2012

 

54

Sri Sujoy Bal

C.J. (Jr.Div.), 2nd Court, Basirhat

 

 

55

Vacant

C.J. (Jr.Div.), 3rd Court, Basirhat

 

 

BIDHANNAGAR

56

Sri Apurba Kumar Ghosh

A.C.J.M., Bidhannagar

11/07/2013

 

57

Smt Sathi Mukherjee

J.M., Bidhannagar

16/01/2012

 

SEALDAH

58

Smt. Suchitra Deb

C.J. (Jr.Div.), 3rd Court, Sealdah

17/03/2011

 

59

Smt. Sarmistha Ganguly

C.J. (Jr.Div.), 4th Court, Sealdah

 

 

 

 

11. Particulars about the court building (sub-division wise):

 

Head Quarter at Barasat

No. of own Court Buildings – 3

Court Buildings are insufficient. Other than Zila Adalat Bhaban two old Court Buildings are in very bad condition.

Work of vertical extension of Zila Adalat Bhaban is almost stopped for want of fund. Rs. 242 Lakh is immediately required.

Bongaon Sub - Division

No. of own Court Buildings – 3

 

2 Courts in rental accommodation in S.D.O. buildings.

 

Court Buildings are insufficient. Two old Court Buildings of own are in very bad condition.

1. Proposed work for boundary wall has not yet been started for want of fund. Rs. 1723186/- is immediately required.

2. Proposed estimated cost amounting to Rs.395225/- for special repairing and maintenance work of ADJ court building at Bongaon is urgently required.

Barrackpore Sub – Division

No. of own Court Buildings – Nil

 

7 Court Buildings are on lease from Cantonment Board

Court Buildings are insufficient. All 7 leased Court Buildings are in very bad condition.

Work for construction of new Court Buildings is stopped for want of fund. Rs. 185 Lakh is immediately required.

Basirhat Sub – Division

No. of own Court Buildings – 5 Court Buildings are sufficient. One old Court Building is in very bad condition.

Bidhannagar Sub – Division

No. of own Court Buildings – Nil

 

2 Courts in rented premises under U.D. Deptt. Govt. of W.B.

Court Buildings are insufficient. 

Sealdah Chowki Court

2 Courts are housed in a building of South 24 Parganas Judgeship Court Building is in  good condition 

 

12. Names of different Offices of the Court housed in that court building (sub-division wise).

Sub-division Names of different Offices of the Court

Barasat (Sadar)

Office of the District Judge including Departments and Sections as below :
  1. Registrar’s Office (only at Sadar)
  2. English Department (Only at Sadar)
  3. Vernacular Department (Only at Sadar)
  4. Accounts Department
  5. Nezarath Department
  6. Civil Copying Department
  7. Cash Section
  8. Statement Section (Only at Sadar)
  9. Forms & Stationary Department (Only at Sadar)
  10. District Record Room (Only at Sadar)
  11. Library Section (Only at Sadar)

Office of the Chief Judicial Magistrate including Departments and Sections as below :

  1. Office of Chief Judicial Magistrate
  2. Criminal Copying Department
  3. G.R. Section
  4. N.G.R. Section
  5. Court Lock-up
  6. Malkhana
The offices of courts of different sub-divisions of the district are functioning in the same manner as the Sadar as above. The offices of Additional District Judge, Fast Track Courts, Civil Judge (Senior Division), Civil Judge (Junior Division), Sub-Divisional Civil Judge (Junior Division) in each court are functioning.

 

 

13. Particulars about accommodation for the Judicial Officers in a particular station (sub-division wise):

 

Head Quarter at Barasat

5 Quarters and 1 Bungalow Residential Quarters for Judicial Officers are insufficient. 2 Nos. of Quarters are in abandoned condition. 18 more Quarters are required.

Bongaon Sub - Division

4 Flats in two buildings Residential Quarters for Judicial Officers are insufficient.  4 more Quarters are required.

Barrackpore Sub – Division

Residential Quarters - Nil No Residential Quarters for Judicial Officers.  14 Nos. of Quarters are required.

Basirhat Sub – Division

12 Quarters 

8 Residential Quarters are occupied. 4 newly constructed Quarters have already been allotted to the Higher Officers.  

 Supply of drinking water is not sufficient.

Bidhannagar Sub – Division

Residential Quarters - Nil No Residential Quarters for Judicial Officers.  2 Nos. of Quarters are required.

Sealdah Chowki Court

Residential Quarters - Nil No Residential Quarters for Judicial Officers.  2 Nos. of Quarters are required.

 

 

14. Sanctioned strength and number of vacant posts of different categories of staff (as on 5th May, 2011):

 

Sl.

No.

Categories of staff

Number of Posts Vacant Post

Sanctioned Strength

Working

Strength

 

1 Shresitadar

1

1

 

2

Head Clerk-cum-Translator

1

1

 

3 Nazir

1

1

 

4 Head Clerk (Supervisory Level post)

15

15

 

5 U. D. Clerk

85

79

6

6 L. D. Clerk 85 30 61
7 Stenographer Grade - I 12 11 1
8 Stenographer Grade - II 9 9  
9 Stenographer Grade - III 21 4 18
10 Typist/Copyist/Mapist (Supervisory Grade) 5 5  
11 Typist/Copyist/Mapist (Grade I) 19 12  
12 Typist/Copyist/Mapist (Basic) 24   31
13 Driver 1 1  
14 Process Server 47 22 25
15 Peon 91 66 25
16 Farash 19 15  
17 Night Guard 20 13  
18 Sweeper 21 20  

 

 

15. Pendency of cases (total in the District as well as courtwise in the different categories of staff

      As on 31.03.2012

 

Sl.No

Name of Courts

Cases pending

CIVIL CRIMINAL

1

District Judge, North 24 Parganas

2296

733

2

A.D.J., 1st Court, Barasat

1369

110

3

A.D.J., 2nd Court, Barasat

1581

168

4

A.D.J., 3rd Court, Barasat

3680

294

5

A.D.J., 4th Court, Barasat

990

3441

6

A.D.J., 5th Court, Barasat

645

130

7

A.D.J., 6th Court, Barasat

321

703

8

A.D.J., 7th Court, Barasat

860

119

9

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.1, Barasat

396

197

10

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.2, Barasat

579

230

11

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.3, Barasat

591

163

12

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.4, Barasat

528

156

13

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.5, Barasat

376

266

14

Addl. District Judge, Barrackpore

1697

2161

15

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.1, Barrackpore

403

355

16

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.2, Barrackpore

280

316

17

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.3, Barrackpore

123

210

18

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.4, Barrackpore

346

338

19

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.5, Barrackpore

168

260

20

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.6, Barrackpore

106

214

21

Addl. District Judge, Bongaon

389

718

22

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.1, Bongaon

121

240

23

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.2, Bongaon

80

179

24

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.3, Bongaon

14

214

25

Addl. District Judge, Basirhat

369

157

26

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.1, Basirhat

129

335

27

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.2, Basirhat

141

220

28

A.D.J., Fast Track Court No.3, Basirhat

117

246

29

C.J. (Sr.Div.), 1st Court, Barasat

8964

24

30

C.J. (Sr.Div.), 2nd Court, Barasat

3228

15

31

C.J. (Sr.Div.), Bongaon

404

47

32

C.J. (Sr.Div.), Basirhat

1313

123

33

C.J.M., North 24 Parganas, Barasat

 

5042

34

J.M., 1st Court, Barasat

 

10909

35

J.M., 2nd Court, Barasat

 

8984

36

A.C.J.M, Barrackpore

 

33629

37

J.M., 1st Court, Barrackpore

 

5223

38

J.M., 2nd Court, Barrackpore

 

6516

39

J.M., 3rd Court, Barrackpore

 

6311

40

J.M., 4th Court, Barrackpore

 

3870

41

J.M., 5th Court, Barrackpore

 

6634

42

A.C.J.M., Bongaon

 

4001

43

J.M., 1st Court, Bongaon

 

4336

44

A.C.J.M., Basirhat

 

1455

45

J.M., 1st Court, Basirhat

 

4645

46

J.M., 1st Addl. Court, Basirhat

 

4388

47

J.M., 2nd Addl. Court, Basirhat

 

3467

48

A.C.J.M., Bidhannagar

 

3630

49

J.M., Bidhannagar

 

1456

50

C.J. (Jr. Div.), 1st Court, Barasat 5363  
51 C.J. (Jr. Div.), 2nd Court, Barasat 1527  
52 C.J. (Jr. Div.), 3rd Court, Sealdah 7912  
53 C.J. (Jr. Div.), 4th Court, Sealdah 8361  
54 C.J. (Jr. Div.), Bongaon 3435  
55 C.J. (Jr. Div.), 1st Court, Basirhat 2304  
56 C.J. (Jr. Div.), 2nd Court, Basirhat 2527  
57 C.J. (Jr. Div.), 3rd Court, Basirhat 1594  
58 C.J. (Jr. Div.), Barrackpur 4179  

 

 

16. Particulars about District Legal Services Authority and Sub-Divisional Legal Services Committees:

Sl.No

Name of the Legal Services Authority/Committee Location Functioning
1

District Legal Services Authority, North 24 Parganas

Ground floor of Zilla Adalat Bhavan at Barasat

Organising Lok Adalat, Legal Awarness Camp, Legal literacy camp, Legal Aid Clinic, Counsellings, Appointment of lawyears for U.T.P. for rendering legal assistance, and visit of correctional Homes etc.

2

Sub-Divisional Legal Services Committee, Barasat

Do Do
3

Sub-Divisional Legal Services Committee, Bongaon

ACJM's Court compound at Bongaon Do
4

Sub-Divisional Legal Services Committee, Basirhat

ACJM's Court compound at Bongaon

 

Do
5 Sub-Divisional Legal Services Committee, Bidhannagar ACJM's Court compound at Bidhannagar Do

 

 

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