Supreme Court Collegium Recommends 13 Names For Bombay High Court Judges
Lawyers and members of the media assemble outside the Supreme Court in New Delhi. (Photographer: T. Narayan/Bloomberg)

Supreme Court Collegium Recommends 13 Names For Bombay High Court Judges

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The Supreme Court collegium on Friday recommended appointment of nine advocates and elevation of four judicial officers as judges of the Bombay High Court.

The three-judge Supreme Court collegium, which held its meeting on Friday comprised of Chief Justice Bobde and Justices NV Ramana and RF Nariman and recommended appointment of nine advocates as judges of the High Court.

The nine advocates are: Aruna S Pai, Shailesh P Brahme, Kamal R Khata, Sharmila U Deshmukh, Amira Abdul Razaq, Sandeep V Marne, Sandeep H Parikh, Somasekhar Sundaresan and Mahendra M Nerlikar.

The judicial officers, whose elevation has been recommended by the collegium are - Rajesh N Laddha, Sanjay G Mehare, GA Sanap and SG Dige.

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The sanctioned strength of judges at the Bombay High Court is 94 and more than 30 seats are vacant.

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