3 high courts in the country to get new judges, President approves

New Delhi: The Indian President Ram Nath Kovind has given the green signal for promotion of three lawyers and judicial officers as judges in high courts. Advocate Vikram D Chauhan has been appointed as additional judge of Allahabad high court. While judicial officer Uma Shankar Vyas has been made a judge of the Rajasthan High Court.

Justice Joymallya Bagchi has been transferred from the Andhra Pradesh High Court to the Calcutta High Court. On October 13, 14 new judges were appointed to three different high courts in the country. President Ram Nath Kovind had approved the appointment of these judges in the Telangana High Court, Orissa High Court and Kerala High Court on the advice of the country's Chief Justice (CJI) NV Ramanna. Among them were a lawyer and other judicial officers.

On October 12, 17 new judges were appointed to three high courts. Eight judges were appointed to the Allahabad High Court. While five were appointed to the Guwahati High Court. Four judges were appointed to the Madras High Court. Separately, three additional judges of the Guwahati High Court were also promoted as permanent judges.




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