Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde is all set to be the forty seventh Chief Justice of India after President Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday signed a warrant appointing the 63-year-old senior-most Supreme Court decide to the post. Bobde is scheduled to take charge of the pinnacle courtroom on November 18, a day after the present CJI Ranjan Gogoi demits office.
The Presidential warrant follows the advice of the serving Chief Justice on October 18, who, as per convention, proposed Justice Bobde’s name as his successor. As in preceding instances, the suggestion was sent a month before the cutting-edge CJI demits office.
Justice Bobde used to be section of the five-judge charter bench listening to the longest walking Ayodhya land dispute case and in which the order is predicted through November 18, before CJI Gogoi retires.
A native of Maharashtra, Justice Bobde is a third-generation lawyer and studied law at Nagpur University. The top court docket judge, whose grandfather and father have been both lawyers, commenced out with regulation exercise at the Nagpur bench of the Bombay high court.
Justice Bobde was extended to the Supreme Court in April 2012 after serving as chief justice of the Madhya Pradesh high court. Justice Bobde used to be accelerated to the high court docket as an extra judge in March 2000.
In his verdicts at the Supreme Court, Justice Bobde has backed privateness as a indispensable proper and held that the “right to privateness is inextricably sure up with all exercises of human liberty”. He used to be additionally a member of the bench that ruled that no Indian citizen may want to be disadvantaged of basic offerings and government subsidies because he didn’t have an Aadhaar card.
In 2017, he upheld the Karnataka government’s ban on a book on the grounds that it outraged the religious emotions of Lord Basavanna’s followers. He had also led the three-judge bench that first suspended the sale of firecrackers in the National Capital Region in 2016.
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