New Delhi, Sep 4: Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra has another month left in office. He is due to retire on October 2, before which he would deliver a host of extremely crucial verdicts.
Justice Dipak Misra wias sworn in as the 45th Chief Justice of India today. He took over from Justice J S Khehar who retired on Sunday. Justice Misra would retire on October 2 2018. Justice Dipak Misra was born on 3rd October, 1953. He enrolled as an advocate on 14th February, 1977 and practiced in Constitutional, Civil, Criminal, Revenue, Service and Sales Tax matters in the Orissa High Court and the Service Tribunal. He was appointed as an Additional Judge of the Orissa High Court on 17th January, 1996 and transferred to the Madhya Pradesh High Court on 03rd March, 1997.
Justice Dipak Misra will take over from Justice J S Khehar as the next Chief Justice of India. He will be sworn in as CJI on August 27. Justice Misra would retire on October 2 2018.
The Supreme Court on Monday ordered Sahara‘s luxurious 8,900 acre Aamby Valley City near Pune, Maharashtra to be auctioned as Subrata Roy failed to deposit Rs 5,092.6 crore with markets regulator SEBI to refund investors. The property is valued at Rs 39,000 crore. We can give enough indulgence. If you can’t pay, go to jail, the Bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra said.