SC extends AFT administrative members’ tenure for 2 months


Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 21

The Supreme Court has prolonged the tenure of three Administrative Members of the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) for 2 months.

A Bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde ordered extension of their tenure in view of the truth that linked issues had been to come back up for listening to on September 9.

On July 16, the three administrative members of the AFT got one-month extension.

Earlier, the Supreme Court had on July 17 prolonged the tenure of Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) Chairperson Justice Shiva Kirti Singh for additional three months.

It had directed the Centre to finish the method for appointment of the tribunal’s members on the earliest.

The Administrative member of TDSAT retired in October 2018 whereas technical Member retired in 2019. Justice Singh—who was as a result of retire on April 20—was given a three-month extension on April 7 by the highest court docket.



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