Justice Muralidhar stated on the farewell ceremony – no objection to the switch, info was obtained on February 7

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi: Judge Justice S. Muralidhar, who left the Delhi High Court, knowledgeable the court docket attorneys and judges on Thursday in regards to the developments in his Punjab and Haryana High Court. In his farewell ceremony on the predominant constructing of the Delhi High Court, Justice Muralidhar stated, 'I used to be knowledgeable (in regards to the switch) on 17 February and there was no downside with it. On the advice of my switch by the collegium, Chief Justice S.Okay. a. I obtained a message from Bobde on 17 February.

Admitting this, the decide stated that he had replied that if he’s transferred from Delhi High Court, then he has no objection to going to Punjab and Haryana High Court. <! –

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                 On 26 February, the Ministry of Law and Justice notified the switch of Justice Muralidhar of the Delhi High Court to the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

The ministry's notification stated, "The President, in consultation with the Chief Justice, has transferred Justice S. Muralidhar, Judge of the Delhi High Court and directed him to take charge as a Judge of the Punjab and Haryana High Court."

This sparked controversy as a bench of the High Court headed by Justice Muralidhar handed a number of orders within the context of violence in northeast Delhi on the identical day, stating {that a} state of affairs like 1984 can’t be allowed to come up within the metropolis.

( Input IANS )

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