A newly constructed canteen adjacent to the Mysuru Bar Association at the Mysuru court premises was formally inaugurated on Wednesday.
To facilitate the lawyers, litigants and other people visiting the district court, an extended canteen constructed at the Mysuru court premises was inaugurated by Principal District and Sessions Court Judge K S Mudgal in the absence of Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and District In-charge Minister Dr H C Mahadevappa. Delivering the Inaugural address Mudgal said, “A large number of litigants, lawyers and public attend the court premises every day. The existing canteen service was limited and couldn’t facilitate every visitor. With the support of the state government and the Public Welfare Department, the new canteen is expected to serve the court visitors and employees who are in need of food.”
“Food is the basic need of every human being and plays a pivotal role in maintaining health. In this regard we need to call tender and select those who provides quality food and home some foods,” she added.
City-based senior advocate and member of Mysuru Bar association C M Jagadish who was recently elected as the chairman for the Karnataka State Bar Council was felicitated on the occasion. Speaking on the occasion, Jagadish said that the new canteen is the most important addition to the court complex.
Superintendent engineer, Public Welfare Department C Satyanaran, Member of Karnataka state bar council C Appajigowda, secretary of Mysuru Bar association S Krishna and others were present.