Judicial Council Recommends Appointment of 27 Judges to High Court

The Judicial Council has made recommendations for the appointment of 27 judges to the High Court. The council convened a meeting on Friday to deliberate on these appointments, marking a significant step in the judicial system’s functioning.

Of the recommended candidates, six are distinguished legal practitioners who have demonstrated their expertise and commitment to the field. The recommended advocates include Achyutham Kumar Acharya, Govinda Joshi, Pundayashila Dawadi Ghimire, Purna Prasad Rajwanshi, Yagya Bahadur Rana Magar, and Arjun Maharjan, all of whom have been chosen for their outstanding qualifications and experience.

The council meeting, which was presided over by Chief Justice Bishwambhar Prasad Shrestha, also saw the transfer of 60 judges. This move aims to optimize the distribution of judicial resources and ensure the efficient functioning of the judiciary.

According to the secretariat of the council, a total of 34 judges from the High Court and 26 judges from the district court have been earmarked for transfer, reflecting the council’s commitment to maintaining a well-balanced and effective judiciary.


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