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10 additional judges of Punjab and Haryana High Court made permanent

Two from Andhra Pradesh High Court also elevated, one made permanent judge of Madhya Pradesh High Court

10 additional judges of Punjab and Haryana High Court made permanent

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PTI

New Delhi, March 10

Thirteen additional judges from three high courts were on Sunday elevated as permanent judges.

While 10 additional judges of Punjab and Haryana High Court were made permanent judges, two from Andhra Pradesh High Court were also elevated.

One judge whose parent high court is the Andhra Pradesh High Court was made a permanent judge of Madhya Pradesh High Court.

Union Law Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal announced their elevation on X.

Additional judges are usually appointed for a period of two years before being elevated as judges or what is colloquially called “permanent judge”.

#Andhra Pradesh #Madhya Pradesh


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