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Supreme Court collegium approves appointment of two-judicial officers and five-advocates as Judges of the Patna High Court

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New Delhi, Sept 23 (ILNS) The Supreme Court collegium today approved the proposal for appointment of two-judicial officers and five-advocates as Judges of the Patna High Court. 

The Supreme Court Collegium in its meeting held on 23rd September, 2021 approved the proposal for elevation of the following Judicial Officers as Judges in the Patna High Court:

1. Mr Nawneet Kumar Pandey, and

2. Mr Sunil Kumar Panwar.

Further the Collegium has also resolved to approve the proposal for elevation of the following Advocates as Judges in the Patna High Court:

  1. Mr Khatim Reza,
  2. Mr Sandeep Kumar
  3. Dr Anshuman Pandey
  4. Mr Purnendu Singh
  5. Mr Satyavrat Verma, and
  6. Mr Rajesh Kumar Verma.

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