SC collegium recommends elevation of Bombay HC Chief Justice Dipankar Datta to top court

The Supreme Court collegium in its meeting held on September 26 recommended elevation of Bombay high court Chief Justice Dipankar Datta as a Judge of the top court.

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The Supreme Court collegium in its meeting held on September 26 recommended elevation of Bombay high court Chief Justice Dipankar Datta as a Judge of the top court.

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CJ Datta, who had been a permanent judge of the Calcutta high court since June 2006, was elevated as the Chief Justice of the Bombay high court on April 28, 2020.

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He took over as the Chief Justice of Bombay HC after Justice Bhushan P Dharmadhikari during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic and ensured the functioning of the court through virtual and hybrid modes. Justice Datta also passed several directions to authorities to provide medical assistance to citizens besides redressing the grievances of migrant workers during the lockdown.

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