Ranchi: On the last day of the tenure of Jharkhand High Court Chief Justice Sanjay Kumar Mishra, the lawyers of the High Court bid farewell to him. A farewell ceremony was organized by the High Court Advocate Association in the court premises.
In the farewell ceremony, other judges of the High Court, Advocate General Rajeev Ranjan, Chairman of the State Bar Council, Senior Advocates of the High Court, Council members, Advocate Association President Ritu Kumar, General Secretary Naveen Kumar, Executive Members including Additional Advocate General and all the advocates of the High Court were present.
Expressing his gratitude for the honor given by the lawyers in his farewell, the Chief Justice read out some excerpts from the poem written by poet Surdas on the incident after Yashoda Maa and Shri Krishna’s theft of butter. Along with this, he expressed his gratitude towards all the employees and officers under him and said that he will always remember the work done in Jharkhand. Was in judicial service for 24 years. Became the Chief Justice of such a big High Court. No regrets that I am retiring now.
Advocate Association President Ritu Kumar said that the Chief Justice played an important role in starting the court in the new High Court building and all the lawyers of the High Court will always remember him. The tenure of the Chief Justice will end on 28th of this month.