NV Ramana appointed Chief Justice of India
Equity NV Ramana has been delegated as the following Chief Justice of India by President Ram Nath Kovind. He will make a vow on April 24.
A month ago, Chief Justice of India SA Bobde, who is expected to resign on April 23, had suggested Justice Ramana as his replacement.
Brought into the world in an agrarian family in Andhra Pradesh’s Krishna region on August 27, 1957, Justice Ramana will be the nation’s top appointed authority for a year and four months, till August 26, 2022.
He will be the second Chief Justice of India from Andhra Pradesh; Justice K Subba Rao was the 10th Chief Justice of India from 1966-67.
In his almost four-long term profession, Justice Ramana “has polished in the High Court of Andhra Pradesh, focal and Andhra Pradesh Administrative Tribunals and the Supreme Court of India in common, criminal, sacred, work, administration, and political race matters. He has had practical experience in sacred, criminal, administration and between state stream laws,” according to his profile on the authority site of the Supreme Court.
. He worked as acting Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh High Court from March 10, 2013, to May 20, 2013,” it further peruses. Also read | Beaches, gardens in Mumbai to remain shut from 8 pm to 7 am, full shutdown on weekends
He was raised as the Chief Justice of Delhi High Court in 2013 and as an adjudicator in the top court in 2014.
Equity Ramana, 63, was important for a seat that decided that suspension of the Internet in Jammu and Kashmir ought to be assessed right away. He was likewise essential for the board of judges which held that the Chief Justice’s office goes under the ambit of the Right to Information (RTI) Act.
Equity Bobde, who has been important for a few key cases including the noteworthy Ayodhya decision, was confirmed as the 47th Chief Justice of India in November 2019, succeeding Justice (resigned) Ranjan Gogoi. The Ayodhya decision had gotten the route for the development free from a Ram Temple, finishing many years old debate.