The collegium, likewise including Judges Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Sanjiv Khanna, named legal officials Rudra Prakash Mishra and Ramesh Chand Malviya as judges of the Patna High Court.
New Delhi: The High Court collegium headed by Boss Equity D Y Chandrachud on Tuesday suggested the names of seven legal officials for arrangement as judges of the Patna and Madhya Pradesh High Courts.
The collegium, likewise involving Judges Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Sanjiv Khanna, named legal officials Rudra Prakash Mishra and Ramesh Chand Malviya as judges of the Patna High Court.
“On May 8, 2023, the Central Equity of the Great Court of Judicature at Patna in meeting with his two senior-most partners suggested the rise of the above legal officials as Judges of the Great Court of Judicature at Patna.
“The Central Clergyman and the Legislative leader of the Territory of Bihar have agreed with the suggestion. To learn the wellness and appropriateness of the above people for height to the High Court, we have counseled Judges of the High Court who are acquainted with the issues of the Great Court of Judicature at Patna,” the collegium said.
To survey the legitimacy and reasonableness of the possibility for rise to the high court, the collegium examined and assessed the material put on record including the perceptions made by the Branch of Equity in the document as well as the grievances got against the competitors.
In another choice, the collegium suggested the names of legal officials Rajendra Kumar Vani, Pramod Kumar Agrawal, Binod Kumar Dwivedi, Devnarayan Mishra and Gajendra Singh as judges of the Madhya Pradesh High Court.
“On May 11, 2023 and August 9, 2023, the Central Equity of the Great Court of Madhya Pradesh in meeting with his two senior-most partners made the above proposal.
“The Central Pastor and the Legislative head of the Province of Madhya Pradesh have agreed with the proposals. To discover the wellness and reasonableness of the above people for rise to the High Court, we have counseled our associate familiar with the undertakings of the Great Court of Madhya Pradesh,” the collegium said.