High Court Judge resigned: Calcutta High Court Judge Abhijit Gangopadhyay May resign, Enter Politics: Report.

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High Court Judge resigned
High Court Judge resigned

High Court Judge resigned

Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay is currently a judge of the Calcutta High Court.

High Court Judge resigned : Calcutta High Court Judge Abhijit Gangopadhyay on Sunday announced his resignation as a judge and submitted his resignation to President of India Draupadi Murmu, Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud and Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court TS Sivanjanam.

High Court Judge resigned

Media reports suggested that Gangopadhyay might enter politics, but he refused to comment on this in an interview with reporters.

High Court Judge resigned : “On Tuesday I am resigning as a judge of the Calcutta High Court… I am sending my resignation letter to the President of India and a copy of the letter to the Chief Justice of India and the Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court. . I don’t want to say anything more today. I will speak,” Justice Gangopadhyay told the media outside his residence, adding that he would address every press conference after his resignation.

Who is Abhijit Gangopadhyay?

High Court Judge resigned : Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay was born in Calcutta in 1962 and is currently a judge of the Calcutta High Court. Gangopadhyay studied at Mitra Educational Institute (Main School), a Bengali medium school in Kolkata. He graduated from Hazra Law School and worked in Bengali theater during this time. He last appeared in a show in 1986.

High Court Judge resigned

After college, Gangopadhyay started his career as an A-grade officer in the West Bengal Civil Service (WBCS) in North Dinajpur. Later, he left his job and started working as a public prosecutor in the Calcutta High Court. He joined the Calcutta High Court as an additional judge in 2018 and became a permanent judge in 2020.

High Court Judge resigned : Gangopadhya’s rulings on various education-related issues in the state have stirred political debates including the multi-crore teachers’ recruitment scam in West Bengal. He had issued several directives instructing the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to probe allegations of irregularities in the recruitment processes of teaching and non-teaching staff in state government-sponsored and aided schools.

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