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The SC Collegium has decided to transfer Madras High Court Chief Justice Vijaya Kamlesh Tahilramani as the chief justice of Meghalaya High Court, a daily reported.

According to the report, this is unusual development as Meghalaya High Court is the smallest high court in the country and “senior judges, particularly those holding fort at a bigger high court, are usually not transferred to such a small high court”.

The report said: “The decision to transfer Justice Tahilramani is surprising, given that she is one of the senior-most high court judges in the country and is among the only two women judges who are heading high courts at the moment… Justice Tahilramani was appointed the Madras High Court chief justice on August 8, 2018, transferred from Bombay High Court where she was the acting chief justice between 2015 and 2017 in three stints.”

The daily indicated that Justice Tahilramani judgment in the Bilkis Bano gang-rape case could be the reason for transfer.

“While at Bombay High Court, Justice Tahilramani had on May 7, 2017, upheld the conviction and life imprisonment of 11 people in the post-Gujarat riots Bilkis Bano gang-rape case, while setting aside the acquittal of seven persons, including policemen and doctors. The Bilkis Bano case had been transferred to Maharashtra from Gujarat by the Supreme Court. Justice Tahilramani’s judgment ran into almost 400 pages,” the report said.

-India Legal Bureau

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Some of the latest trials in the SC looks like playing smart to make the public fools. In the initial trial they will order for prob , creates sensational news on the medias and ask for sealed cover ans when the judgement proclaims as usual accused will be spared.

  2. Some of the latest trials in the SC looks like playing smart to make the public fools. Initially they will order for prob , will create sensational news on the medias and ask for sealed cover. When the final judgement proclaims as usual accused will be spared.

  3. We can smell frustration even at such a high positioned persons . Where are we pushing our country.
    Thousands of Indian citizens are detained like prisoners in J&K . But no court, even Supreme court, has dared to take cognisance.
    Even Highest courts of law are keeping mum shut.
    Even apex court did not dare to decide legality of important matters like demonisation and kept on sitting over matter. Whether the courts have become toothless jaws to catch pickpockets only . Everyone is running after retirement engagement and influencing politicians.
    Media has been curbed.
    Note: These are my personal views . Neither i favor nor oppose any political party .

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