[Ad-hoc judges in High Courts] Some courts troubled by pendency in specific subjects; needs to be addressed: Supreme Court to Central government

The Supreme Court in April last year had given the green signal for appointment of ad-hoc judges to High Courts under Article 224A of the Constitution.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court recently granted more time to the Central government to file a status report on whether recommendations for appointment of ad-hoc judges in High Courts have been made so far in compliance with an order from last year [Lok Prahari through its General Secretary SN Shukla v. Union of India].

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