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Aug 09, 2018
6:43PM

Justice Rajendra Menon takes charge as Chief Justice of Delhi HC

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Justice Rajendra Menon was sworn in as Chief Justice of Delhi High Court in a ceremony held at the Raj Niwas in New Delhi today. 

An official statement said, Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal administered the oath of office to Menon, who was earlier the Chief Justice of Patna High Court.

However, the inclusion of Justice Menon will not add to the depleted number of judges of the Delhi High Court as its Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal has been elevated as the Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir High Court.

The Delhi High Court with a sanctioned strength of 60 judges would continue to function with 35 judges even after Justice Menon takes charge.

The Supreme Court collegium had recommended the transfer of Justice Menon to Delhi High Court on July 16.
 

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