TAD NewsDesk, New Delhi: A historic moment in the history of agricultural community as President Ram Nath Kovind appointed Justice NV Ramana as the next or 48th Chief Justice of India (CJI). According to media reports, Justice Ramana will take oath on 24th April 2021. Outgoing Chief Justice of India SA Bobde, who will retire on 23rd April, had recommended Justice Ramana as his successor last month.
Justice Ramana who was born in an agricultural family in Andhra Pradesh’s Krishna district on 27th August 1957 will be India’s top judge till 26 August 2022 (one year and four month).
Justice Ramana has around four decades of practice career in the High Court of Andhra Pradesh, Central & Andhra Pradesh Administrative Tribunals & the Supreme Court of India in civil, criminal, constitutional, labour, service & election matters.
According to his profile in the Supreme Court, Justice Ramana specializes in constitutional, criminal, service & inter-state river laws. Moroever the website also cites that he was appointed as a permanent Judge of Andhra Pradesh High Court on 27th June 2000. He has also worked as the acting Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh High Court from 10th March 2013 to 20th May 2013.
Among other cases he has been part of the panal of judges in the historic Right to Information Act (RTI).
This has been a happy news for the whole agricultural community showing their worth and strength in achieving everything that one wants. The place or background is never a hindrance if there is a will to go ahead.
Source: Krishi Jagran