21-year-old Mayank Pratap Singh will Soon be the Youngest Judge In IndiaSivaranjani Soundararaj (Author) Published Date : Nov 22, 2019 15:22 IST
Young Justice of India: Mayank Pratap Singh makes history.
Mayank Pratap, 21, from Rajasthan, has passed the qualifying examination for judges and became the youngest justice of India. The judicial service cracker is a 21-year-old youth from Jaipur, Mauvattu, Rajasthan, India, who has completed a five-year LLB course at the University of Rajasthan. In the state of Rajasthan, he has been successful in the selection of judicial services. Mayank Pratap Singh will soon be sworn in as a judge in the state of Rajasthan. In India, at a very young age, he is to receive the greatest honor of being a judge.
After success, Mayank Singh says, "I have a passion for the legal profession from a very early age. I was impressed by the importance and respect the judges have in the community. In 2014, I joined the University of Rajasthan to study law".
Pratap Singh added that this achievement is possible only because "In Rajasthan, the minimum age limit for writing judges for judges has been changed, and the Rajasthan High Court has reduced the minimum age to 21 from 23 last January".The changeover in age limit has become a greater milestone in my life to take charge as justice at the age of 21.
Mayang Pratap Singh added that he is committed to serving as a judge honestly, not in the face of outside court crises, but in terms of strength and wealth.