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138 Judicial Appointments So Far In 2022: Regulation Ministry- Newslength

Earlier report of 126 Excessive Courtroom appointments surpassed. (Representational)

New Delhi:

With the appointments of 11 new Excessive Courtroom judges within the Punjab and Haryana Excessive Courtroom on August 14, the Authorities of India has created a report by making 138 appointments up to now this 12 months thus surpassing its earlier report of 126 Excessive Courtroom appointments in 2016.

“With the notification of the appointments of another 11 High Court Judges in the Punjab and Haryana High Court by the government this year i.e. 2022, so far 138 appointments in various High Courts of the country have been made thus surpassing its earlier record of 126 High Court appointments in 2016,” the Ministry of Regulation and Justice knowledgeable on Monday.

In 2021, the appointment tally in Excessive Courts was 120 along with 9 appointments within the Supreme Courtroom. “Thus, the entire appointment process in the higher judiciary has been put on a fast track,” mentioned the Regulation Ministry.

On August 13, the Regulation Ministry notified the appointment of 26 Excessive Courtroom Judges within the courts of Allahabad, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Gauhati, Orissa and Himachal Pradesh.

Eleven judges had been appointed by the federal government on Sunday in Punjab and Haryana Excessive Courtroom mentioned the Regulation Ministry.

In the present day’s eleven appointments within the Excessive Courtroom of Punjab and Haryana embody the names; Nidhi Gupta; Sanjay Vashisth; Tribhuvan Dahiya; Namit Kumar; Harkesh Manuja; Aman Chaudhary; Naresh Singh; Harsh Bunger; Jagmohan Bansal; Deepak Manchanda and Alok Jain, Advocates as Further Judges of that Excessive Courtroom for a interval of two years, with impact from the date they assume cost of their respective workplaces.

Twenty-six Excessive Courtroom Judges have been appointed on August 13 in Excessive Courts of Allahabad, Andhra, Telangana, Gauhati, Odisha and Himachal Pradesh, the Ministry added.

“37 new High Court Judges have been appointed by the Government on August 14. This is in continuation of the appointment of 26 High Court Judges in various High Courts on Friday,” the ministry added.

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