Team Blitz India
NEW DELHI: The Ministry of Law and Justice has cleared the appointments of three Chief Justices of different High Courts as judges of the Supreme Court of India.
The Supreme Court Collegium had on November 6 recommended the names of three new judges for the appointment of apex court judges.
According to the Supreme Court Administrative Branch Circular, the swearing-in ceremonies of Justice Satish Chandra Sharma, Chief Justice, High Court of Delhi; Justice Augustine George Masih, Chief Justice, High Court of Rajasthan; and Justice Sandeep Mehta, Chief Justice, Gauhati High Court, as judges of the Supreme Court of India, are proposed to be held on November 9 at 4.15 pm at the auditorium of Supreme Court premises.
Adish C Aggarwala, senior advocate and President of the Supreme Court Bar Association, while confirming the development to ANI, thanked PM Modi for accepting the recommendation of the Collegium of the Supreme Court for the appointment of three judges in 48 hours.