SC Collegium recommends appointment of four judicial officers as judges of Bombay HC

The Bombay High Court, which has a principal seat in Mumbai, along with benches at Aurangabad, Nagpur and Goa is currently functioning with 59 judges, which includes 50 permanent judges and 9 additional judges, though its sanctioned strength is 94.

The Supreme Court collegium has recommended the names of four judicial officers A L Pansare, S C More, U S Joshi-Phalke, B P Deshpande for appointment as judges of the Bombay High Court.

The SC Collegium, in its meeting held on Wednesday, approved a proposal for the elevation of the four judicial officers and recommended their names as Bombay HC judges.

The Bombay High Court, which has a principal seat in Mumbai, along with benches at Aurangabad, Nagpur and Goa is currently functioning with 59 judges, which includes 50 permanent judges and 9 additional judges, though its sanctioned strength is 94.

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