2 MP judges axed for violating the 2-child norm

india | Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
Team Asianet News
Highlights
  • A meeting of high court judges, presided by the Chief Justice, had given final consent for the termination of the services of these two judges on July 26.
  • Services of additional district (trainee) judge at Gwalior Manoj Kumar and Additional District (trainee) Judge Ashraf Ali posted at Jabalpur stand terminated.
  • The action was taken for having violated the 2-child norm.

The MP High Court has dismissed two trainee judges serving in lower courts for breaching the state government's rule restricting one to have not more than 2 children.

Speaking to the PTI, HC Registrar General Mohammed Fahim Anwar today said, "services of additional district (trainee) judge at Gwalior Manoj Kumar and Additional District (trainee) Judge Ashraf Ali posted at Jabalpur stand terminated."

He further added, "the action was taken for having violated the 2-child norm." A meeting of high court judges, presided by the Chief Justice, had given final consent for the termination of the services of these two judges on July 26. Kumar and Ali had joined the service last year through a recruitment test for the post of additional district judge. 


 

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