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Supreme Court Collegium recommends transfer of over 20 High Court judges

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The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended the transfer of the following High Court judges, sources said.

Justice Sabina from Rajasthan to Himachal Pradesh.

Justice A.M. Badar from Kerala to Patna.

Justice Vivek Agarwal from Allahabad to Madhya Pradesh.

Justice Sudip Ahluwalia from Punjab and Haryana to Calcutta.

Justice Ravi Nath Tilhari from Allahabad to Andhra Pradesh.

Justice Chandra Dhari Singh from Allahabad to Delhi.

Justice Anoop Chitkara from Himachal Pradesh to Punjab and Haryana.

Justice Yashwant Varma from Allahabad to Delhi.

Justice T.S. Sivagnanam from Madras to Calcutta.

Justice Manindra Mohan Shrivastava from Chhattisgarh to Rajasthan.

Justice Arindam Sinha from Calcutta to Orissa.

Justice Ujjal Bhuyan from Bombay to Telangana.

Justice Sureshwar Thakur from Himachal Pradesh to Allahabad.

Justice Jaswant Singh from Punjab and Haryana to Orissa.

Justice Subhash Chand (Additional Judge) from Allahabad to Jharkhand.

Justice M.S.S. Ramachandra Rao from Telangana to Punjab and Haryana.

Justice M.N. Bhandari from Allahabad to Madras.

Justice Ahsanuddin Amanullah from Patna to Andhra Pradesh.

Justice Sanjaya Kumar Mishra from Orissa to Uttarakhand.

Also Read: Supreme Court Collegium recommends transfer of 5 Chief Justices of High Courts

Justice Soumen Sen from Calcutta to Orissa.

Justice P.B. Bajanthri  from Karnataka to Patna.

Justice Sanjeev Prakash Sharma from Rajasthan to Patna.

Justice Paresh R. Upadhyay from Gujarat to Madras.

Justice Amarnath Goud from Telangana to Tripura.

Justice Rajan Gupta from Punjab and Haryana to Patna.

Also Read: SC Collegium recommends elevation of 8 judges as Chief Justices of various High Courts

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