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Central Government initiates High Court bifurcation-judges allotted to States

Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Hyderabad

The Central Government has initiated its first step in the division of High Court.

As part of its efforts, the government has approved the options process of High Court judges. According to sources, the Andhra Pradesh will get 37 judges while Telangana government will get 24 judges in the ratio of 60:40. The total judges in the combined High Court is 61 and 37 judges will be allotted to Andhra Pradesh while 24 for Telangana Government.

At present that out of the total strength of 61 judges in the High Court, there were only 31 judges and two are from other States. In this context, 29 judges belong to two Telugu Speaking States. The Centre has allotted out of 29 judges, 17 for Andhra Pradesh and 12 for Telangana State.

The following are the judges to the States after the completion of bifurcation of High Court to the States.

For Andhra Pradesh

  • Justice Ramesh Ranganathan
  • Justice Chagari Praveen Kumar
  • Justice Narasi Venkata Narayana Batti
  • Justice Akula Venkata Sai
  • Justice Anapu Ramalingeswara Rao
  • Justice Dama Seshadrinaidu
  • Justice Mandhata Seetarama Murty
  • Justice Upmaka Durga Prasada Rao
  • Justice Talluri Sunil Chowdary
  • Justice Mallavolu Satyanrayana Mruty
  • Justice Ambati Sankara Narayana
  • Justice Gudeseva Syam Prasad
  • Justice Javalakar Umadevi
  • Justice Nakka Balayogi
  • Justice Telaprolu Rajani
  • Justice DVSS Somayajulu
  • Justice Kongara Vijalakshmi
  • Justice Mantoj Gangarao

For Telangana State

  • Justice R.Subash Reddy
  • Justice C.V.Nagarjuna Reddy
  • Justice Nooti Rammohana Rao (Retd.)
  • Justice P.V.Sanja Kumar
  • Justice M.S.Ramachandra Rao
  • Justice Adavalli Rajasekhara Reddy
  • Justice Ponugoti Naveen Rao
  • Justice Challa Kodandaram
  • Justice Bulusu Sivasankara Rao
  • Justice MSK Jaiswal
  • Justice Anis (Retd.)
  • Justice Dr.Shameem Aktar
  • Justice Potlavalli Keshava Rao
  • Justice Abhinandkumar Shavili
  • Justice Todupunuri Amaranath Goud


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