3.8 Based on 22 reviews
Rajesh Antil – 3 weeks ago

The judgeship of Saharsa was created on 18 November 1968. Prior to that, it was a unit of Bhagalpur Judgeship. Hon’ble Justice Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra, the then Chief Justice, Hon’ble High Court, Patna had inaugurated the Judgeship. At the time of its creation, there were three Subdivisions under it viz. Saharsa Sadar, Supaul, Madhepura. Later on one more Subdivision Birpur was created. However its headquarter continued to be at Supaul itself due to the nonavailability of jail at Birpur, Headquarter of Birpur Subdivision Shifted at Birpur w.e.f. March 1999. Later, on dated 22 November 2014, a new judgeship has created Supaul is created by Saharsa Judgeship. After Creation Of Judgeship Civil Justice was in the hand of District Judge at Sadar. At lowest level it was in the hand of Munsif, Saharsa. The important and surprising factor was that at that time there was no court of Subordinate Judge at Sadar. Rather it was at one of its Sub-division Madhepura having its jurisdiction all over the judgeship.Court of Sub-judge was opened at Saharsa and Supaul in 1974. With the passage of time Madhepura and Supaul became a seprate judgeship in December, 1986 and 22 November, 2014 respectively by delineating the part of this Judgeship leaving only Saharsa in this Judgeship. At present Civil Justice is being exercised at Sadar by District Judge, Adll. District Judge, Subordinate Judge and Munsif. .Sri Durga Prasad Sinha was the first District & Sessions Judge of Saharsa Judgeship.

Shivam Mithu – 4 months ago

You know how a court premises be like ????

Himanshu Mohanty – 10 months ago

Poor housekeeping. Printing shop is taking more charges print out & xerox. Try to do the work from outside before enter into court premises.

Satyam Subham – a year ago

Here photo capture is illegal without permission ,so do not take risk for likes and views ,please get away from these because the response of guard is so quick. So for this i am not giving you a photo. And iam proud of my systems.

Rupesh kumar – 5 months ago

I visited here