"Will make all endeavours to deliver justice:" Lawyer with Bipolar Disorder set to be judge

Bhavya Nain, 36, who recently got relief from the Supreme Court, says consultations and follow-ups with experts can help those with mental health issues.

Bhavya Nain has every reason to be proud. The Supreme Court recently upheld a verdict which called for his appointment as a judicial officer, after his candidature was rejected on the ground that his disability, Bipolar Affective Disorder (BPAD), was not of a permanent nature.

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