Lala Kanwar Sen became the first Chief Justice, Rai Bahadur Lala Bodh Raj Sahni and Khan Sahib Agha Syed Hussain as Puisne became the judges. In 1996, a 3-member Judicial Advisory Board was also formed, similar to the Privy Council in British India. In 1956, the Constitution Act abolished the Judicial Advisory Board. The Government of India jointly constituted a special bench of the Supreme Court with the Chief Justice of India. Under Article 32(2-A) of the Constitution of India, the State High Court received the power to issue writs to enforce fundamental rights in the State. In 1957, the Jammu and Kashmir Constitution Act established an independent judicial body with the High Court at the apex. To know more details about India Stamp and Miniature sheet then visit Philacy.com.
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The Jammu and Kashmir High Court was established on 26 March 1928. Before its establishment, the ruler of the state, Maharaja Pratap Singh, had the final authority in the administration of justice. In 1889 the British Government directed Maharaja Pratap Singh to appoint a council. But the Council did not last long, and then a Minister nominated by the ruler was appointed as a judge of the High Court to handle judicial matters. In 1927 a new constitution was approved and a ministry was established in the Judicial Department replacing the Law Member. Subsequently, the High Court was established under Order No. 1 on 26 March 1928 consisting of a Chief Justice and two judges.
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