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SC Collegium Approves Names Of Three New Judges For Gauhati HC

Justices Soumitra Saikia, Parthivjyoti Saikia and S Hukato Swu would get permanent appointments.

SC Collegium Approves Names Of Three New Judges For Gauhati HC
Gauhati High Court | PTI
SC Collegium Approves Names Of Three New Judges For Gauhati HC
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2021-09-13T12:26:52+05:30

The Supreme Court collegium has approved a proposal for the appointment of three additional judges as permanent judges in the Gauhati High Court.

Headed by Chief Justice N V Ramana, the collegium approved the proposals at a meeting held on September 9 which were uploaded on the apex court website on Monday.

The names which have been approved are justices Soumitra Saikia, Parthivjyoti Saikia and S Hukato Swu.

Besides Ramana, justices U U Lalit and A M Khanwilkar are part of the three-member collegium which takes decisions with regard to high court judges.

(With PTI Inputs)

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