Collegium relaxes minimum income criterion while elevating SC/ST/OBC lawyers to Allahabad HCFebruary 15 2019
While elevating ten advocates to the Allahabad High Court, the Supreme Court Collegium has chosen to relax the minimum income criterion of Rs. 7 lakh with respect to candidates belonging to SC/ ST and OBC communities and for those working for the government as Standing / Panel counsel.
This decision was taken by the Collegium comprising Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi and Justices AK Sikri and SA Bobde.
The relaxation was made by the Collegium in its . . .
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