Justice Rajesh Bindal transferred to J&K High Court, asked to assume office by or before Nov 24
Srinagar: Justice Rajesh Bindal, Judge Punjab and Haryana High Court, has been transferred as a judge of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court.
A notification in this regard has been issued by president in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (1) of Article 222 of constitution of India, read with Article 222 of the constitution (1A) of the constitution of Jammu and Kashmir. Justice Bindal has been asked to assume charge of his office in J&K high court on or before November 24.
His lordship was born on 16th April, 1961, at Ambala City. Passed matriculation examination from S. A. Jain High School, Ambala City; thereafter studied in S.A. Jain College, Ambala City. Got B. Com. Degree from Punjab University, Chandigarh. Did LL. B. from Kurukshetra University in 1985 and joined profession in High Court in September, 1985. Represented Chandigarh Administration before Central Administrative Tribunal for more than a decade till 2004. Represented Punjab & Haryana regions of Employees Provident Fund Organization in High Court and Central Administrative Tribunal from 1992. Remained associated, on behalf of State of Haryana, in the dispute concerning Satluj Yamuna Water with State of Punjab before Hon’ble Eradi Tribunal and Apex Court. Represented Income Tax Department Haryana region before the High Court. He was elevated as a Judge of the Punjab & Haryana High Court, on March 22, 2006.
by INS Desk