Former SC Judge Justice PC Ghose to head India’s first Lokpal
A high-level selection committee comprising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Ranjan Gogoi, Sumitra Mahajan and Mukul Rohatgi has approved the name of Justice PC Ghose at its meeting on 15th March. Former Supreme Court judge Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghose is all set to head the country’s first Lokpal ‘The National Anti-corruption Ombudsman’. He is currently a member of the National Human Rights Commission.
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Topics: Gogoi • Government • Government of India • Indian family names • Indian Hindus • Judiciary of India • Lokpal • Mahajan • Mukul Rohatgi • National Anti-corruption Ombudsman • National Human Rights Commission of India • Ombudsman • PC Ghose • Pinaki • Pinaki Chandra Ghose
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