High Court judge takes oath

High Court judge takes oath

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 28

Justice SN Satyanarayana today took oath as a judge of the High Court during the Covid lockdown. Transferred from the Karnataka HC, Justice Satyanarayana was administered oath by Chief Justice Ravi Shanker Jha this morning during a ceremony attended by just about six judges, all wearing masks.

Keeping in view the prevailing situation, the HC decided that the oath-taking ceremony would be attended by only administrative committee members, comprising top seven judges.

Justice Satyanarayana has joined at number seven and will be hearing, among other things, criminal appeals, leave to appeal and appeals against acquittal.

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