1st Edition of Flower Show History Created In Rohini Court Premises


Shri Dilhag Singh Punia District & Sessions Judge North District and Shri Rajnish Bhatnagar District & Session Judge North-West District
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Flowers no doubt are humans beings best friend

23-FEB-2017

Posted By : Sanjay Arora

NEW DELHI, February 22 , 2017: The 1st Edition of Flower Show  from February 22 to 28 Seven day Event in Rohini  court premises was jointly inaugurated by  Shri Dilbag Singh Punia District & Sessions Judge North District  and Shri Rajnish Bhatnagar District & Session Judge North-West District  Both District Judges Planted Trees as well

while inaugurating  the flower show Shri Rajnish Bhatnagar “ Its first of its kind show in court premises so far Delhi is concerned we will try to make it regular feature and want to do in much larger way . 

Shri Pawan Kumar Jain Spl. Judge CBI who is having deep interest in flower and plants, and  is instrumental behind the flower show  "The best varieties of the flower  has been  extensively showcased in  the show and we will incorporate more " Ms Sushil Bala Dagar MM- Mahila Court "Its Really Good Efforts and we all know flowers are always giving  happiness and Efforts are highly appreciable”

Shri Gautam Manan Additional Session Judge,”As we all know flowers in court premises are best for us and we drive happiness and tranquility by seeing natures beautiful gift”

Shri Vidya Prakash PO MACT “ Flowers no doubt are humans beings best friend besides fragrance it control air pollution too , environment committee is commendable for arranging flower show”.

 Shri Devender Nain ACMM   “It indeed has added beauty to court complex,I feel few more variety should have been added  to the flower show”


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