Four Judicial Officers Suspended by High Court of Patna

Patna High Court remarks that Biggest challenge ahead of the Govt. is breaking the myth: “Bihar Corono ko Khaa Gaya Hai”

Four judicial officers namely, Ram Sujan Pandey – Sub-Judge III-cum Secretary, DLSA, Sheohar, Sanjeev Kumar Chandriyavi – Principal Magistrate, Juvenile Justice Board, Patna (Civil Judge Sr. Division), Tribhuwan Nath – ADJ, Sheohar and Savita Rani – Principal Magistrate, Juvenile Justice Board, Bhojpur at Ara (Civil Judge Sr. Division) were placed under suspension by the Patna High Court.

This order came in following the allegations of corrupt conduct against these judicial officers. These officers will remain under suspension until the enquiry is completed or until further orders. Further, the suspended judicial officers are restricted from leaving the station without obtaining the permission.

This action was taken as a form of disciplinary proceedings against the judicial officers. The Court exercised its powers conferred upon it by the Sub-rule (1) of Rule 9 of the Bihar Government Servants (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 2005.

The order also stated:

“The officer shall be entitled to get subsistence allowance as per Rule 96 of the Bihar Service Code during the suspension period”.

Anusha Richa Mishra
"Let justice be done, though the heavens fall" I am Anusha Richa Mishra and I believe that justice is for everyone and the correct approach towards it is to spread awareness, to awaken, uplift and enable each and every individual so that they get what look wish for. I am a Graduate in Economics and am currently pursuing my degree of LLB from BVDU’s New Law College, Pune. I aspire to contribute to the society through my efforts and approach towards a just environment where we co-exist, follow the law and worship the Constitution.