New Delhi. India’s Chief Justice NV Ramana, a day earlier than stepping down from his workplace on Thursday, mentioned he had discharged his duties as Chief Justice in each attainable method. Justice Ramana will retire on August 26 after reaching retirement age.
Talking in regards to the appointment of Delhi High Court Judges, the outgoing CJI mentioned that virtually all of the names for the appointment as Delhi High Court Judges have been cleared besides one or two names and he hopes the federal government may even erase these names.
“I hope that I have lived up to the expectations you expected of me. I have fulfilled my duties as Chief Judge in every way possible. I have addressed two issues, you all know, the infrastructure and the appointment of judges,” he mentioned. mentioned at a farewell occasion hosted by the Delhi High Court Bar Association on the eve of his retirement.
“The administration of justice is a challenge and my experience as Chief Justice of Delhi High Court has helped me a lot in working as India’s Chief Justice,” he mentioned. in the course of the farewell occasion.
Expressing his pleasure for the help he has obtained from all members of the bar, the CJI mentioned. “All members of the bar, especially in Delhi, stood in solidarity and passed a resolution supporting me. I am extremely proud and happy to have such support.”
He additionally mentioned that he realized a lot from the Registry, together with the record of instances, the preparation of the record and the allocation of instances within the Delhi High Court.
“Delhi High Court has special characteristics and specialty. It is located in the capital city. The amount of litigation, the variety of topics, we cannot compare with any High Court in the country,” he mentioned, commending the self-discipline of the members of the tribunal.
The occasion was attended by Supreme Court Justices Kaul, Indira Banerjee, Sanjiv Khanna, S Ravindra Bhat and Hima Kohli together with all former Delhi High Court Justices together with High Court Justices together with members of the Bar.
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