J&K: 3 Judges Get Super Time Scale, 7 Selection Grade

Jammu, July 30: High Court accorded sanction to the placement of three Sessions Judges in the Super Time Scale of the Higher Judicial Service and Seven District and Sessions Judges in the Selection Grade.

According to the order issued by Registrar General, copy with CTN reads that Kikar Singh Parihar, Abdul Rashid Malik and Inder Singh District & Sessions Judges (Selection Time Scale) are placed in the Super Time Scale of the Jammu and Kashmir Higher Judicial Service i.e. Rs. 70290-1540-76450 w.e.f. 08.04.2020 against the vacancies caused due to the elevation of three officers of Super Time Scale of the Jammu and Kashmir Higher Judicial Service as Hon’ble Judges of the High Court of J&K.

In another order, seven Sessions Judges who earlier appointed adhoc District & Sessions Judges are confirmed/regularized against the substantative posts held by them with effect from the date they have assumed the charge of their adhoc/officiating appointment as District Judges are Mirza Riyaz ul Haq, Vijay Singh Manhas, Masarat Roohi, Balbir Lal, Ashwani Kumar Sharma, Kusum Lata Pandita, and Aijaz Ahmad Khan. Meanwhile, the Judicial Officers, who have attained or attaining the age of 58/55/50 years and found fit and eligible for continuing as Judicial Officers per Rule 21 and 24 of the J&K Higher Judicial Service Rules 2009, are Kishore Kumar, Mohd. Ibrahim Wani, Zubair Ahmad Raza, Madan Lal, Masarat Shaheen, Mohd. Akram Choudhary, Rajesh Sekhri, Jaffer Hussain Beg, S.C. Kattal , Virender Singh Bhou, Chain Lal Bavoria , Kamlesh Pandita and Rupali Ratta.

 

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