The government on Sunday notified the appointments of Chief Justices of six High Courts- Rajasthan, Guwahati, Uttarakhand,Delhi, Telangana and Himachal Pradesh.
According to the notification of the Law Ministry, Chief Justice of Telangana HC, Justice Satish Chandra Sharma has been appointed as the Chief Justice of Delhi High Court. In five other cases, judges of the High Court have been elevated as Chief Justices. (source)
Justice Amjad A Syed of Bombay HC as Chief Justice of Himachal Pradesh HC; Justice Vipin Sanghi of Delhi HC has been appointed as Chief Justice of Uttarakhand HC; Justice SS Shinde of Bombay HC as Chief Justice of Rajasthan HC; Justice Ujjwal Bhuyan, who is currently a judge in the Telangana High Court, was elevated as the Chief Justice there. His parent High Court is Guwahati. Justice Rashmin M Chhaya from Gujarat HC elevated as Chief Justice of Gauhati HC.
The Delhi High Court was without a regular Chief Justice after Justice DN Patel retired. Justice Sanghi was the acting Chief Justice since March 13. These names were recommended by the Supreme Court Collegium last month. also read
Who is the currently Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court ?
Justice SS Shinde is the Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court at present.
Who is the currently Chief Justice of Himachal Pradesh High Court ?
Justice Amjad A Syed is the Chief Justice of Himachal Pradesh High Court at present.
Who is the currently Chief Justice of Uttarakhand High Court ?
Justice Vipin Sanghi is the currently Chief Justice of Uttarakhand High Court.
Who is the currently Chief Justice of Telangana High Court ?
Justice Ujjwal Bhuyan is the currently Chief Justice of Telangana High Court.
Who is the currently Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court ?
Justice Rashmin M Chhaya is the currently Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court.
Who is the currently Chief Justice of Delhi High Court ?
Justice Satish Chandra Sharma is the currently Chief Justice of Delhi High Court
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