Ranchi, January 29: Judiciary is an integral part of any government to function smoothly. Jharkhand CM Raghubar Das distributed appointment letters among 40 newly elected Probationer Civil Judges. People have a firm belief in the judiciary of India and to maintain their trust is the responsibility of judiciary says the Chief Minister.
He further added that the government is slowly heading towards its target to provide jobs to more and more people of the state. Of the 40 new judges, 32 are from Jharkhand, which is a proud moment for the state.
Das said that he hopes that all the newly elected judges will work dedicatedly for the upliftment of the poor and the backward.
Newly elected judges include Ms. Angelina Neelam Madki, Sh. Manjeet Kumar Sahu, Sh. Pranav Kumar, Sh. Manoj Kumar, Ms. Pratima Oraon, Sh. Nirmal Kumar Bharti, Sh. Kishore Kumar, Ms. Reema Kumari, Ms. Rojlina Bada, Ms. Vidyavati Kumari, Ms. Nutan Ekka, Sh. Susheel Kumar Pingua, Sh. Arvind Kumar, Sh. Adnan Akeeb, Ms. Sumita Shweta Minj, Sh. Toshif Meraj, Sh. Husamuddin Waris, Ms. Kanchan Toppo, Ms. Rashmi Aggarwal, Sh. Parikshit, Ms. Ankita Sharma, Sh. Shrikant Gaurav, Ms. Khusbhoo Tyagi, Sh. Ashish Aggarwal, Ms. Babita Mittal, Sh. Raj Kalyan, Sh. Dinesh Bauri, Sh. Jitendra Ram, Ms. Aporupa Merry Soren, Sh. Amit Alda, Sh. Mukti Bhagat, Sh. Mithilesh Kumar, Ms. Kanchan Kumari, Sh. Bijay Kumar Yadav, Sh. Alok Singh, Ms. Sonam Singh, Sh. Amit Gupta, Ms. Ila Kandpal, Sh. Julian Anand Toppo and Sh. Deepak Kumar Sahu.