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Bar Association Requests CJI Ramana to Help Set Up Separate High Court for Nagaland

File Photo of CJI Ramana

File Photo of CJI Ramana

An apex court official said the six-member delegation, led by advocate Timikha Koza, called on the Chief Justice of India and felicitated him with a traditional Naga shawl.

A delegation of the High Court Bar Association of Kohima Bench of Gauhati High Court on Tuesday requested Chief Justice of India Justice N V Ramana to help set up a separate High Court for Nagaland.

An apex court official said the six-member delegation, led by advocate Timikha Koza, called on the Chief Justice of India and felicitated him with a traditional Naga shawl. It also put forth the request for a separate high court.

Notably, Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio had called on CJI Ramana with a similar request on June 29, following which the top court judge had assured him that he will extend all possible help.

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first published:July 13, 2021, 22:41 IST