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Separate high court in Haryana


  • Punjab and Haryana High Court has constituted a committee of four senior High Court Judges to consider setting up of a separate Bench of the High Court for the convenience of litigants.
  • The decision follows a letter written by Union law minister D V Sadananda Gowda on May 25 to the acting Chief Justice to ‘examine the case’.
  • Gowda’s letter, is in response to a letter written by the Chief Minister Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar.
  • In his April 17 letter, Khattar had written to Gowda raising the demand of creating a “separate” High Court for Haryana.
  • Khattar had also raised the demand in April at the Conference of Chief Justices and Chief Ministers of all the states held in Delhi.


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