Indira Banerjee appointed as new Chief Justice of Madras High Court



Justice Indira Banerjee, a sitting judge of the Delhi High Court, has been appointed as the new Chief Justice of the Madras High Court.

She succeeded Sanjay Kishan Kaushal, who was transformed to the Supreme court in February, 2017. With this, Justice Banerjee became the second woman to head the Madras High Court. Justice Kumari Bhatnagar was the first lady to head the Charted court in 1992.

    Takeaways from above News-
    • Justice Indira Banerjee has been appointed as the new Chief Justice of the Madras High Court
    • She succeeded Sanjay Kishan Kaushal
    • Justice Banerjee was the second woman to head the Madras High court and Justice Kumari Bhatnagar was the first lady to head the court in 1992.


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    Source- The Hindu

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