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PV Reddi Panel to Examine Pay Hike Issue of Lower Court Judges

Published on October 12, 2017
The law ministry will approve the formation of a committee that will examine the pay-hike issues of lower court judges.

PV Reddi Panel to Examine Pay Hike Issue of Lower Court Judges

  • The panel will recommend the new pay structure for the judges.
  • Second National Judicial Pay Commission to recommend salary hikes for the 21,000 lower court judges is set to be taken up by the union cabinet very soon.
  • The judges and judicial officers got the last pay hike in 2010
  • The commission will be headed by former Supreme Court judge PV Reddi.
  • The current entry-level salary for a junior civil judge is Rs 45000 while a senior judge gets nearly Rs 80,000.
  • The first judicial pay commission was set up in March 1996  and it was headed by Justice Jagannatha Shetty
  • The Supreme Court had appointed a one-member committee under Justice E Padhmanabhan,  who submitted his report in July 2009 recommending the three-fold hike.

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