Kohima, September 14: A farewell programme in honour of Mezivolu T Therieh, NJS, District and Sessions Judge, District Court, Phek- cum- chairperson, District Legal Services Authority was organized by Phek District Court staffs and Phek District Legal Services Authority today at District Court Complex, Phek.
The programme was chaired by Cheliam Khiamniungan, NJS, Civil Judge (Jr)/Judicial Magistrate First Class, Phek.
Speaking on the occasion, Phek deputy commissioner Sachin Jaiswal talked on professional relationships between the executive and judicial magistrate.
He also talked on the importance of relationship between the administration, the police and the judiciary.
Samuel Ritse, APP cum government pleader thanked Mezivolu for all her contributions, for making the workplace friendly, inculcating confidence and a comfort level that brought about improved performance.
Mamang, retainer lawyer, Phek District Legal Services Authority also spoke at the programme. Kennei Swuro, Project Assistant, presented her speech on behalf of Phek District Legal Services Authority.
Kolo, LDA, district and session judge spoke on behalf of the D&SJ Establishment.
Vethothi Vero, panel lawyer, Phek District Legal Services Authority said that during Mezivolu’s short stay, she gave her best to uplift the Phek District Court, Phek District Bar Association and the Phek District Legal Service Authority.
Mezivolu T. Therieh expressed her heartfelt gratitude to God for being assigned the post of DSJ Phek which she joined on May 23.
She thanked all who worked with and under her JMFC, Prosecution, PI and staff and Judicial staff.
She also expressed delight for her new assignment in the Supreme Court registry. She thanked Sharad Arvind Bobde, Chief Justice of India, for the prestigious position given to her.
She stressed on the importance of hard work, saying that there is no substitute for it.
To the administration, police and jail authorities, she thanked them for their cooperation.
Mezivolu will proceed to Delhi to join her new assignment-The Supreme Court Registry after September 18. (Page News Service)