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HC transfers 39 judges in Punjab

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  CHANDIGARH, April 02, 2014
First Published: 18:33 IST(2/4/2014) | Last Updated: 18:35 IST(2/4/2014)

The Punjab and Haryana high court has issued the transfer orders of 39 judges in Punjab.

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Civil judges (senior division) who have been transferred are Kuldip Singh Cheema (Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar-Mansa), Dimple Walia (Faridkot-Jalandhar), Kiran Bala (Kapurthala-Faridkot) and Balwinder Kumar (Mansa-Kapurthala).

The additional civil judges (senior division) transferred are Mandeep Mittal (Gidderbaha-Jalandhar), Amrinder Pal Singh (Ludhiana-Chandigarh), Pooja Andotra (Balachaur-Moga), Yukti Goyal (Bathinda-Amritsar), Gurpreet Kaur (Amloh-Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar), Rana Kanwar Deep Kaur (Muktsar-Jalandhar), Ranjan Kumar Khullar (Fatehgarh Sahib-Bathinda), Bikramjit Singh (Kapurthala-Gidderbaha), Jaapinder Singh (Patiala-Ludhiana), Baljinder Singh (Phagwara-Patiala), Ajay Mittal (Zira-Fatehgarh Sahib), Harpreet Kaur (Barnala-Patiala) and Rupinder Singh (Rajpura-Phagwara).

Additional civil judges (junior division) who have been transferred on designation as additional civil judges (senior division) are Rajesh Ahluwalia (Gurdaspur-Balachaur), Jasvir Singh (Ludhiana-Amloh), Harvinder Singh Sindhia (Ajnala-Rajpura) and Pushpinder Singh (Bathinda-Zira).

Other transferred additional civil judges(junior division) are Pushpa Rani (Ludhiana-Bathinda),
Balvinder Kaur Dhaliwal (Sunam-Batala), Mahesh Kumar (Khanna-Muktsar), Lavdeep Hundal (Ludhiana-Sunam), Gurjit Kaur Dhillon (Amritsar-Moga), Manni Arora (Dhuri-Ludhiana), Suman Agnihotri (Moga-Hoshiarpur), Amandeep Kamboj (Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar-Dhuri), Ajay Pal Singh (Batala-Ludhiana), Nidhi Saini (Hoshiarpur-Batala), Manpreet Kaur (Rajpura-Gurdaspur), Karanvir Singh Maju (Batala-Chandigarh), Reeta Hans (Pathankot-Khanna), Parvinder Singh Ghotra (Ajnala-Amritsar) and Hem Amrit (Amritsar-Ajnala).

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