- In the Supreme Court, in May this year, the number of judges reached by 31, including the Chief Justice.
- Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said that the order to increase the number of judges from 906 to 1079 in the High Courts has been given in 2016.
new Delhi. The central cabinet approved the proposal to increase the number of judges to 10% in the Supreme Court on Wednesday. With this, in addition to the Chief Justice in the Supreme Court, there will be more than 33 judges. Earlier this number was 30. After approval of the cabinet, the bill will now be introduced in Parliament for this. After the Parliament’s seal, the total number of judges in the Supreme Court will reach 34. Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said that in 2016, the number of judges in all the high courts across the country increased from 906 to 1079.
Earlier, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi administered the oath of office and secrecy to the four judges in the Supreme Court in May after the President’s approval. After about 11 years, the fixed number of judges reached 31 in the apex court. In 2008, the number of judges increased from 26 to 31 in the Supreme Court in 2008. This was the first time in May this year when no post of judges was vacant in the Supreme Court.
10% reservation on economic basis for the upper castes in Jammu and Kashmir Union Cabinet has stamped 10% reservation for poor people in Jammu and Kashmir. This will also give the economically weaker sections a job in education and education. The assembly is not going on in Jammu and Kashmir right now. The governor’s rule is in place, so the responsibility of the state government comes on the central cabinet.
ISRO Javdekar will also be associated with other countries in the program Information about ISRO’s future plans of Indian Space Agency He told that the agency will soon prepare a Technical Liaison Unit (Moscow) in Moscow. This unit will work to increase peace with Russia and the neighboring countries of space agencies and industries. Apart from this, ISRO has also signed MOU for space supervision with Bolivia’s Space Agency.