Law Ministry notifies transfer of Madras HC judge Subramonium Prasad to Delhi HC


The Center on Wednesday informed the exchange of Justice Subramonium Prasad, Additional Judge of the Madras High Court, as an Additional Judge of the Delhi High Court.
The Supreme Court Collegium had proposed to move him to the Delhi High Court on February 12, exactly the same date it made its suggestion to move Justice Muralidhar from Delhi High Court to Punjab and Haryana High Court.
The notice discharged by Ministry of Law and Justice stated, “In exercise of forces presented by condition (q) of Article 222 of the Constitution of India, is satisfied to move Shri Justice Subramonium Prasad, Additional Judge of the Madras High Court, as an Additional Judge of the Delhi High Court and to guide him to expect charge of his office in the Delhi High Court.”
In 2018, a writ request was documented in the Supreme Court testing the arrangement of Justice Subramonium as Additional Judge on the ground that he doesn’t have adequate practice in the Madras High Court and furthermore in courts subordinate to it.
In spite of the fact that he was raised as the extra appointed authority of the court.
The Supreme Court Collegium on February 12, had suggested that he ought to be made a changeless appointed authority in the Madras High Court, be that as it may, around the same time it proposed his exchange vide an announcement with this impact.

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