Appointment of Presiding Officers in 18 Debt Recovery Tribunals

The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the appointment of Presiding Officers Debts Recovery Tribunals (DRTs).

In a total number of 18 appointments have been made, which are as follows:

Sl. No.

DRT

Name of Officer

1 DRT, Jabalpur Ram Niwas Patel, Retd. District Judge (MP Judicial Service)
2 DRT, Hyderabad-1 Gummadi Gopichand, Retd. District Judge (Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service
3 DRT, Chennai-1 A.S. Jayachandra, Retd. District Judge (Delhi Higher Judicial Service)
4 DRT, Chandigarh-1 Anand Sagar Narang, Retd. District Judge (HCS-Judicial Branch)
5 DRT, Delhi-1 Basant Kumar Goswami, Retd. District Judge (Superior Judicial Service, Jharkhand)
6 DRT, Chandigarh-2 Man Mohan Dhonchak, Retd, District Judge (Judicial Department, Punjab and Haryana High Court)
7 DRT, Delhi-2 Rajesh Malhotra, District Judge (Haryana Superior Judicial Service)
8 DRT, Cuttack Jitendra Prasad Singh, Retd. District Judge (Bihar Judicial Service)
9 DRT, Guwahati Shiv Sharan Dubey, Retd. Principal and District Sessions Judge (Jharkhand Judicial Service)
10 DRT, Siliguri Rakesh Pati Tewari, Retd. District Judge (Bihar Judicial Service)
11 DRT, Ernakulam-1 Su. Wilyahm, Retd. District Judge (Tamil Nadu State Judicial Service)
12 DRT, Ahemdabad-1 Padam Singh Thakur, Retd. District Judge (HP Higher Judicial Service)
13 DRT-Hyderabad-2 Dr Baldev Singh, Registrar (Vigilance) High Court of Himachal Pradesh
14 DRT-Mumbai-3 Arun Kumar Singal, District Judge (Haryana Judicial Service)
15 DRT, Bengaluru-1 Imtiaz Ali, District & Sessions Judge (Assam Judicial Service)
16 DRT, Madurai Kuldip Kumar Kareer, Retd. District Judge (Punjab Superior Judicial Service)
17 DRT, Vishakhapatnam Krishna Gopal Dwivedi, Retd. District Judge (Bihar Judicial Service)
18 DRT, Ernakulam-2 Sovan Kumar Dash, Retd. District Judge (Odisha Judicial Service)

Government of India

[Notification dt. 20-2-2022]

One comment

  • eligibulity of advocates and ex presiding officers arevery much required in Drts in all tribunals including high courts the advocates are elegible why this discrenition in Drts which is unconstistuional

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