President accepts resignation of Madras High Court Chief Justice VK Tahilramani, appoints Justice V Kothari as acting Chief Justice

The resignation of Madras High Court Chief Justice VK Tahilramani has been accepted, according to a government notification

Press Trust of India September 21, 2019 11:54:52 IST
President accepts resignation of Madras High Court Chief Justice VK Tahilramani, appoints Justice V Kothari as acting Chief Justice
  • The resignation of Madras High Court Chief Justice VK Tahilramani has been accepted, according to a government notification

  • Her resignation has been accepted with effect from 6 September, it said

  • She had resigned after the Supreme Court collegium declined her request for reconsideration of transfer to Meghalaya

New Delhi: The resignation of Madras High Court Chief Justice VK Tahilramani has been accepted, according to a government notification. Her resignation has been accepted with effect from 6 September, it said.

President accepts resignation of Madras High Court Chief Justice VK Tahilramani appoints Justice V Kothari as acting Chief Justice

File image of Madras High Court. Wikimedia Commons

She had resigned after the Supreme Court collegium declined her request for reconsideration of transfer to Meghalaya.

Justice V Kothari has been appointed as the acting chief justice of the Madras High Court, another notification said.

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