20 additional judges elevated as permanent judges in Madras, Bombay, Allahabad and Delhi high courts
Additional judges are usually appointed for a period of two years before being elevated as judges or permanent judges
Twenty additional judges, including 10 from the Allahabad High Court and one from Delhi High Court, were on Friday elevated as permanent judges in four high courts.
In separate notifications, the Department of Justice in the Law Ministry said while five additional judges have been made judges of the Madras High Court, four others from the Bombay HC have been elevated as judges.
Similarly, 10 additional judges in the Allahabad High Court and one from Delhi have been elevated judges in their respective HCs, the ministry said.
Additional judges are usually appointed for a period of two years before being elevated as judges or permanent judges.
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