CHENNAI: Ten months after appointing Justice Sanjib Banerjee as the Chief Justice of Madras high court, the Supreme Court collegium has now recommended his transfer to Meghalaya high court.
“The Supreme Court collegium in its meeting held on September 16 has recommended transfer of Justice Sanjib Banerjee, Chief Justice of Madras high court to Meghalaya high court,” a statement released by the collegium said.
In the same meeting, the collegium has also recommended transfer of Justice Munishwar Nath Bhandari, judge of Allahabad high court, to Madras high court.
On January 4, the governor of Tamil Nadu administered the oath of office to Justice Sanjib Banerjee.
Justice Sanjib Banerjee, who completed 60 years on November 2, has two more years of service.