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Indrajit Mohanty likely to be new Tripura Chief Justice, Kureshi set for Rajasthan HC

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Agartala: Tripura High Court Chief Justice AA Kureshi is likely to be moved to Rajasthan as the Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court as per the recommendations of Supreme Court collegium. Rajasthan Chief Justice Indrajit Moahanty will succeed him in the position, the Indian Express has reported. Justice Kureshi’s name is included in the list of eight new Chief Justices of state High Courts. Apart from that, a slew of significant decisions were taken during the meeting that took place on Thursday. According to the report, the collegium headed by Chief Justice NV Ramana and comprising justices UU Lalit and AM Khanwilkar recommended Justice Kureshi’s transfer to a bigger High Court while deciding to exchange Justice Indrajit Mohanty’s position with him. According to Sources, Justice Mohanty is a senior Chief Justice of state high Courts and he had served in different positions in the judiciary before being elevated to his present position. Justice Mohanty succeeded Chief Justice S Rabindra Bhatt in Rajasthan High Court. Earlier, he was serving as a senior judge at Bombay High Court. Justice Mohanty started his career as a lawyer at his home state Orissa. He was an active member of Orissa bar council from 1989 to 2006 before being appointed as a judge in the Orissa High Court. He served in several High Courts including Jaipur, Bombay and many others. Justice Mohanty did his law degree from Delhi University and later completed his post-graduation from Cambridge University.

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CPIM veteran Bijan Dhar passes away  

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Agartala: Tripura Left Front convenor Bijan Dhar breathed his last morning at a private hospital in Kolkata on Monday.

Dhar, was airlifted to Kolkata after his health deteriorated while undergoing treatment at GB hospital in Agartala.

Earlier, CPIM state secretary Gautam Das succumbed to COVID-19 after fighting for almost a month.

Dhar was the former CPIM state secretary and was appointed as Left Front convenor after the 2018 assembly election defeat.

Dhar was on ventilation for almost two weeks and his health condition was stable. However, in the last 48 hours his health condition deteriorated and he breathed his last in the wee hours on Monday.

The CPIM leaders are preparing to bring his mortal remains to Agartala by an evening fight later today.

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