Press Reporter News Service
Chandigarh, March 26
In a serious administrative reshuffle, the Punjab and Haryana Excessive Courtroom has ordered the switch and postings of about 180 judicial officers within the states of Punjab and Haryana. The transferred officers embrace district and periods judges.
In all, 79 judicial officers of the Haryana Superior Judicial Companies, together with six district and session judges, and 73 extra district and periods judge-rank officers have been transferred in Haryana.
In Punjab, 97 judges have been transferred. That is the primary main administrative reshuffle ever because the excessive courtroom went into restrictive functioning mode in March final 12 months following Covid outbreak.
The key transfers embrace District and Periods judges Gurbir Singh from Ludhiana to Chandigarh, Munish Singal from Moga to Ludhiana, Harpreet Kaur Randhawa from Tarn Taran to Amritsar and Kanwaljit Singh Bajwa from Pathankot to Nawanshahr.
In Haryana, District and Periods Decide Deepak Gupta has been transferred from Faridabad to Panchkula; Surya Partap Singh from Chandigarh has been transferred as District and Periods Decide at Gurugram. Puneesh Jindia has been posted from Rohtak to Chandigarh as member secretary, state authorized service authority, UT Aradhana Sawhney, Extra Authorized Remembrancer, has been posted as District and Periods Decide at Jind.
Yashvir Singh Rathore has been posted as District and Periods Decide at Faridabad. UT Authorized Remembrancer Phalit Sharma additionally has been posted as Extra District and Periods Decide at Gurugram. The orders will come into pressure from April 1.