38.6c New Delhi, India, Sunday, June 16, 2024
Judiciary

Collegium approves transfer of seven judges [Read Statement]

By LawStreet News Network      25 November, 2022 04:57 PM      0 Comments
Collegium approves transfer of seven judges

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Collegium headed by Chief Justice of India D Y Chandrachud, in its first meetings, on Thursday approved transfer of seven judges of the High Courts.

It also recommended for elevation of two advocates and six judicial officers as judges of the Rajasthan High Court.

In the list of judges recommended for transfer, the name of Gujarat High Court judge, Justice Nikhil Kariel, whose reported shifting ignited protests among lawyers in the High Court, was missing.

The transfer list, however, included name of Telangana High Court judge, Justice A Abhishek Reddy. The news about his transfer was also met with protest by lawyers in Telangana High Court.

In its meeting held on Thursday, the Collegium recommended for transfer of Justice Ms V M Velumani from Madras to Calcutta High Court, Justice Battu Devanand from Andhra Pradesh to Madras High Court, Justice D Ramesh from Andhra Pradesh to Allahabad High Court, Justice Mrs Lalitha Kanneganti from Telangana to Karnataka High Court, Justice Dr D Nagarjun from Telangana to Madras High Court, Justice T Raja from Madras to Rajasthan High Court and Justice A Abhishek Reddy from Telangana to Patna High Court.

The Collegium also recommended for elevation of advocates Anil Kumar Upman, Smt Nupur Bhati as judges in the Rajasthan High.

In other decisions, the Collegium also approved elevation of judicial officers Rajendra Prakash Soni, Ashok Kumar Jain, Yogendra Kumar Purohit, Bhuwan Goyal, Praveer Bhatnagar, and Ashutosh Kumar as judges of the Rajasthan High Court.

In yet another decision, the Collegium also recommended for making two additional judges as permanent judges of Chhattisgarh High Court namely Justice Narendra Kumar Vyas, and Justice Naresh Kumar Chandravanshi.

Read Statement 1

Read Statement 2

Read Statement 3

Read Statement 4



Share this article:

User Avatar
About:


Leave a feedback about this
TRENDING NEWS

india-tv-journalist-rajat-sharma-sues-congress-leaders-for-defamation
Trending Judiciary
India TV journalist Rajat Sharma sues Congress leaders for defamation

Veteran journalist Rajat Sharma sues Congress leaders for defamation in Delhi HC, alleging tweets damaged his 40-year reputation. Justice Krishna reserves order.

15 June, 2024 12:09 PM
miscreants-scribble-ram-on-goat-headed-for-bakri-eid-sacrifice-gau-gyan-foundation-demands-action
Trending Crime, Police And Law
Miscreants scribble "Ram" on goat headed for Bakri Eid sacrifice, 'Gau Gyan Foundation' demands action

Miscreants scribble 'Ram' on goat headed for Bakri Eid sacrifice in Mumbai, animal welfare organization Gau Gyan Foundation demands police action for hurting religious sentiments.

15 June, 2024 05:49 PM

TOP STORIES

madras-hc-directs-tn-puducherry-to-implement-lawyers-welfare-schemes-and-ensure-minimum-pay-for-junior-advocates
Trending Judiciary
Madras HC directs TN, Puducherry to implement Lawyers' Welfare Schemes and ensure minimum pay for junior advocates [Read Order]

Madras HC directs TN and Puducherry to implement lawyers' welfare schemes and ensure minimum stipends for junior advocates, addressing delays and exploitation concerns.

10 June, 2024 12:03 PM
supreme-court-extends-time-for-aap-to-vacate-office-premises-by-aug-10
Trending Judiciary
Supreme Court extends time for AAP to vacate office premises by Aug 10

SC extends AAP's deadline to vacate office till Aug 10, allowing more time for transition despite no alternative space being provided.

10 June, 2024 12:24 PM
delhi-hc-rejects-plea-of-isis-terrorist-who-planned-haridwar-kumbh-mela-terror-attacks
Trending Judiciary
Delhi HC rejects plea of ISIS terrorist who planned Haridwar Kumbh Mela terror attacks [Read Judgment]

Delhi High Court refuses relief for Haridwar Kumbh Mela attack planner ISIS terrorist Mohsin Ibrahim Sayyed.

10 June, 2024 01:31 PM
cant-pass-order-on-the-basis-of-newspaper-reports-sc-castigates-delhi-govt-on-failure-to-remove-defects-in-wp-on-water-issue
Trending Judiciary
'Can't pass order on the basis of newspaper reports,' SC castigates Delhi govt on failure to remove defects in WP on water issue

'Can't pass order on the basis of newspaper reports,' SC castigates Delhi govt on failure to remove defects in WP on water issue

10 June, 2024 01:37 PM

ADVERTISEMENT


Join Group

Signup for Our Newsletter

Get Exclusive access to members only content by email