On Thursday, SV Gangapurwala, the newly appointed Chief Justice of Madras High Court, expressed his commitment to embracing the tradition and culture of Tamil Nadu and living harmoniously with its people. He likened his integration with the state to sugar dissolving in milk, enriching the overall experience. His remarks were made during the welcome address, where he also extended greetings from the land known for its saints, scholars, and rich cultural heritage.
Appointment of Justice SV Gangapurwala as Chief Justice of Madras High Court
Justice SV Gangapurwala, who previously served as the acting Chief Justice of Bombay High Court, has been appointed by the Union government as the Chief Justice of Madras High Court. He will assume the role for a nine-month term. This appointment follows the retirement of Justice Munishwar Nath Bhandari in September of the previous year, which left the position vacant.
Chief Justice Pledges Inclusion and Collaboration
During his welcome address, Chief Justice SV Gangapurwala assured the Chairman of the Bar Council of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, as well as the office bearers of various Bar associations, that he will prioritize stakeholder involvement in all important decision-making processes. This commitment emphasizes the importance of inclusivity and collaboration within the judicial system.
The newly appointed Chief Justice of Madras High Court, SV Gangapurwala, has expressed his dedication to embracing Tamil Nadu’s culture and living harmoniously with its people. His appointment follows a vacant position left by the retirement of Justice Munishwar Nath Bhandari. Chief Justice Gangapurwala also emphasized the importance of inclusive decision-making processes during his welcome address.
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