February 6, 2023
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All the six elevated as judges are from the judicial companies. (Representational)

New Delhi:

Six new judges have been appointed to the Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday, the legislation ministry stated.

An extra decide was additionally appointed to the Gauhati High Court, a separate notification issued by the Department of Justice stated.

The notification stated Anil Verma, Arun Kumar Sharma, Satyendra Kumar Singh, Sunita Yadav, Deepak Kumar Agarwal and Rajendra Kumar (Verma) can be judges of the Madhya Pradesh High Court, in that order of seniority, with impact from the date they assume cost of their respective workplaces.

All the six elevated as judges are from the judicial companies.

According to the information obtainable on the web site of the Department of Justice, as on June 1, whereas the sanctioned power of the Madhya Pradesh High Court was 53, it was functioning with 24 judges, a shortfall of 29.

Another notification stated Robin Phukan has been appointed as a further decide of the Gauhati High Court for a interval of two years with impact from the date he assumes cost of his workplace.

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