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CJI Ramana recommends Justice Lalit as his successor to Law Minister

Chief Justice of India NV Ramana on Thursday beneficial the identify of Justice Uday Umesh Lalit as his successor to the Union Minister for Legislation and Justice.
NEW DELHI: Chief Justice of India NV Ramana on Thursday beneficial the identify of Justice Uday Umesh Lalit as his successor to the Union Minister for Legislation and Justice.

In response to a communication from the highest court docket, “Chief Justice of India Justice NV Ramana today recommended the name of Justice Uday Umesh Lalit as his successor to the Minister for Law and Justice. Justice Ramana personally handed over a copy of his letter of recommendation dated 03.08.2022 to Justice Lalit today (04.08.2022) in the morning.”

Justice Ramana, who is ready to demit workplace on August 26 on superannuation, on Wednesday acquired a communication from the Minister of Legislation and Justice to appoint his successor.

On Wednesday, a communication from the apex court docket mentioned: “Today (03.08.022) at 2130 hrs, the Secretariat of the Chief Justice of India has received a communication dated 03.08.2022 from the Minister of Law and Justice requesting the CJI to recommend the name of his successor.”

Justice UU Lalit, who’s the senior most choose within the Supreme Court docket, is in line to turn out to be the subsequent Chief Justice of India. Justice Lalit, was appointed to the apex high court docket instantly from the Bar. He can be having a brief tenure of lower than three months because the Chief Justice of India. Justice Lalit would retire on November 8.

In response to the Memorandum of Process, the Legislation Minister seeks suggestion from the outgoing CJI to appoint his successor. Normally, the advice is sought inside a month of the retirement of incumbent Chief Justice of India.

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