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Updated: February 19, 2012 14:33 IST

Court shifted

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Acting chief justice of the High Court of Kerala Manula Chellur watering an 'Asokam' sapling she planted in the premises of the district court on Saturday. Poet B. Sugathakumari is also seen. Photo:C.Ratheesh kumar
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Acting chief justice of the High Court of Kerala Manula Chellur watering an 'Asokam' sapling she planted in the premises of the district court on Saturday. Poet B. Sugathakumari is also seen. Photo:C.Ratheesh kumar

The court of the Vigilance Inquiry Commissioner and Special Judge was shifted to the building housing the State Administrative Tribunal at the old District Collectorate here on Saturday.

Acting Chief Justice of the Kerala High Court Manjula Chellur and Revenue Minister Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan presided over the function.

The new court complex, which housed the Vigilance court, was handed over to the District Court.

High Court judge Pious T. Kuriakose and Bar Association president K.P. Jayachandran were present. Later, Ms. Chellur planted a sapling in front of the Bar Association office inside the court premises.

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