Two additional judges of Kerala High court, 10 Karnataka HC, elevated as permanent judges

New Delhi: Two additional judges Kerala High Court and ten from Karnataka high court were elevated as permanent judges on Thursday, the law ministry said. According to notifications issued by the Department of Justice, Mudalikulam Raman Anitha and Karunakaran Nair Haripal, additional judges of the Kerala High Court, to be judges of the high court with effect from the date they assume charge of their respective offices.

Another notification said justices  Maralur Indrakumar Arun, Ravi Venkappa Hosmani, Engalaguppe Seetharamaiah Indiresh, Savanur Vishwajith Shetty, Makkimane Ganeshaiah Uma, Shivashankar Amarannavar, Vedavyasachar Srishananda, Padmaraj Nemachandra Desai Hanchate Sanjeevkumar,  and Panjigadde Krishna Bhat, additional judges of the Karnataka High Court, have been made judges of the same high court with effect from the date they assume charge of their respective offices.

As on September 1, the sanctioned strength of the Karnataka High Court is 62, but is functioning with 45 judges. Likewise, the Kerala High Court, with a sanctioned strength of 47, is working with 37 judges.The combined sanctioned strength of the 25 high courts in the country is 1,098 judges with 465 vacancies.  

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