Supreme Court Collegium approves 20 judges for 3 HCs

Supreme Court docket Collegium approves 20 judges for 3 HCs

New Delhi: The Supreme Court docket Collegium, headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) U.U. Lalit, has permitted the appointment of 20 judges to excessive courts of Punjab and Haryana, Bombay, and Karnataka.

In accordance with an announcement uploaded on the apex courtroom web site, the Supreme Court docket Collegium in its assembly held on September 12, 2022, has permitted the proposal for elevation of the next judicial officers as judges within the Punjab & Haryana Excessive Court docket: Gurbir Singh, Deepak Gupta, Amarjot Bhatti, Ritu Tagore, Manisha Batra, Harpreet Kaur Jeewan, Sukhvinder Kaur, Sanjiv Berry, and Vikram Aggarwal.

One other assertion stated, “The Supreme Court docket Collegium in its assembly held on twelfth September 2022 has permitted the proposal for elevation of the next Advocates as Judges within the Bombay Excessive Court docket: Santosh Govindrao Chapalgaonkar, and Milind Manohar Sathaye.”

The highest courtroom in an announcement stated, “The Supreme Court docket Collegium in its assembly held on seventh September, 2022 has permitted the proposal for appointment of the next Further Judges as Everlasting Judges within the Karnataka Excessive Court docket: Justice Mohammed Ghouse Shukure Kamal, Justice Rajendra Badamikar, and Justice Khazi Jayabunnisa Mohiuddin.”

In accordance with one other assertion, the Supreme Court docket Collegium in its assembly held on September 7, 2022 has permitted the proposal for elevation of the next judicial officers as judges within the Bombay Excessive Court docket: Sanjay Anandrao Deshmukh, Yanshivraj Gopichand Khobragade, Mahendra Wadhumal Chandwani, Abhay Sopanrao Waghwase, Ravindra Madhusudan Joshi, and Vrushali @ Shubhangi Vijay Joshi.