Justice Nootalapathy Venkata Ramana (NV Ramana) of the Supreme Court (SC) has been appointed as the next Chief Justice of India (CJI) on Tuesday. According to the notification issued by the government, Justice Ramana will take over as the 48th Chief Justice of India on April 24 and will replace the current CJI SA Bobde. Justice Bobde will step down on April 23. Whereas, Justice Ramana will retire on August 26, 2022.
Justice NV Ramana to be next Chief Justice, President approved, sworn in on April 24
Justice NV Ramana was born on 27 August 1957 in Ponnavaram village in Krishna district in Andhra Pradesh. He first became a lawyer on 10 February 1983. NV Ramana was appointed on 27 June 2000 as a permanent judge of the Andhra Pradesh High Court. During his tenure, NV Ramana and his membership bench have given several important decisions. Let’s take a look at the major decisions made by Chief Justice NV Ramana and his bench.
These historic decisions were given by the bench of Justice Ramna:
In the year 2019, the Constitution Bench of Supreme Court Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice NV Ramanna, Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice Deepak Gupta and Justice Sanjeev Khanna gave an important decision saying that the office of Chief Justice of India also comes under the purview of Right to Information is.
– Justice Ramanna was one of the bench of the Supreme Court, which ruled in Jammu and Kashmir to immediately review the suspension of the Internet.
– In January this year, a Supreme Court bench of Justices NV Ramana and Suryakant said that the value of a woman’s work in the house will not be less than that of her office going husband. In 1993, the Supreme Court ruled in the case of Lata Wadhwa vs. State of Bihar, saying that there is no single aspect of service of a housewife. She looks after the entire family.
– The 5-judge constitution bench of Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice NV Ramanna, Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice Deepak Gupta and Justice Sanjeev Khanna upheld the validity of Section 184 of the Finance Act, 2017. The Bench held that the said section does not suffer from excessive delegation of legislative functions.
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