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Centre notifies appointment of 11 Additional Judges of Punjab and Haryana High Court as permanent judges

The Punjab and Haryana High Court is currently functioning with only 57 judges against sanctioned strength of 85

Centre notifies appointment of 11 Additional Judges of Punjab and Haryana High Court as permanent judges

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Tribune News Service

New Delhi, September 27

The Centre on Wednesday notified the appointment of 11 Additional Judges of the Punjab and Haryana High Court as Permanent Judges.

The Additional Judges whose appointment as Permanent Judges have been notified are Justice Nidhi Gupta, Justice Sanjay Vashisth, Justice Tribhuvan Dahiya, Justice Namit Kumar, Justice Harkesh Manuja, Justice Aman Chaudhary, Justice Naresh Singh, Justice Harsh Bunger, Justice Jagmohan Bansal, Justice Deepak Manchanda, and Justice Alok Jain.

The Central Government on August 14 last year notified their appointment as Additional Judges of the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

The Supreme Court Collegium headed by the then Chief Justice of India NV Ramana had recommended their names for elevation as Additional Judges of the Punjab and Haryana High Court on 25th July, 2022.

The Punjab and Haryana High Court is currently functioning with only 57 judges against a sanctioned strength of 85.

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