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Former HC judge announces non-political, social 'Indian Justice front' to serve society

Kaithal, Jul 17 (UNI) Justice Pritam Pal, a former judge of Punjab and Haryana High Court and former Haryana Lok Ayukta is going to launch a non-political, but social outfit under the name of “Indian Justice front” .
Talking to this reporters here today, Justice Pal said the aim of this front would be to fight prevailing corruption , injustice with any individual or any section of society , Drug abuse , Female foeticde , Character building , Promote education , and work against various other prevailing social evils weakening the social set up.
The former Judge said the membership for this organisation would be launched from coming October 2 the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri who always stood for truth and righteousness and worked for the upliftment of society without any fear and self interest and eked out a place for them in the hearts of people the world over .
He further said men of impeccable integrity and ready to work with zeal and dedication for society and without any self interest could join this upcoming front.
Elaborating further Justice Pal said he was in touch with former judges, Bureaucrats, technocrats ,prominent social workers Doctors, media persons, prominent teachers, youth and those with rural background who had offered to join this non political front with the sole aim of service of society .
Justice Pal ,who remained Punjab and Haryana High court judge from 2004 to 2009, chairman UT chandigarh consumer forum for about two years and Haryana Lok Ayukta 2011 to 2016 and earlier served in variousdistricts as ADJ and District sessions Judge said during his 30 years of judicial carrier he had visited all corners of the state and knew people from all shades of life who would join this organisation.
He always stood for high ideals and morale values and wanted to give something to society which had given him stature, honour and every thing else.
He said A “yaj shala” set up by him in 2012 near Ladwa in kurukshetra district was working well where medical camps and mass marriage functions had been held .
The former judge who had authored three books on various aspects touching society said he was optimistic that the floated front would fight injustice and work for bringing out transparency in the prevailing system and improvement in the governance.
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