DW BUREAU / CHANDIGARH
A delegation of Sri Lankan judges, led by Justice K. Priyantha Fernando, Judge of the court of appeal of Sri Lanka, on Saturday evening visited Punjab Vidhan Sabha here.
The delegation was accompanied by District and Sessions Judge-cum-Director (Administration) Chandigarh Judicial Academy Shalini Singh Nagpal and Additional District and Sessions Judge-cum-Registrar Chandigarh Judicial Academy Anupamish Modi.
The delegation took a tour of the Assembly hall and the Secretary to Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker, Ram Lok briefed about the history and present composition of the Legislative Assembly. The delegation also took keen interest in the function of the Assembly.
On the behalf of Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Rana KP Singh, the Secretary felicitated the delegation members with momentos.
The 14-member delegation comprised of Chilwa District judge L.M. Rathnayaka, Lavinia Additional District Judge G.M.T.U. Suwandurugoda, Matara Magistrate I.N.N. Kumarage, Ratnapura Additional District Judge K.V.M.P. De Silva, Balangoda District Judge D.M.J. Dissanayaka, Colombo Additional Magistrate G.H.K.N. Silva, Balapitiya Magistrate
S.S.N. Gamage, Welimada District Judge B.G.N.T.K. Bogahadeniya, Gampaha Additional Magistrate D.M.S. Karunarathna, Kalmunai Magistrate I.N. Rizwan, KandyAdditional District Judge N.T. Heenatigala, Badulla District Judge R.M.S.N. Samaratunga and Muttur
District Judge M.S.M. Samsudeen.