The first sitting of the Assam High Court was held in Shillong and then it was shifted to Gauhati on 14th August 1948. Indian Act of 1971, the Gauhati High Court was established under Section (1) (b) of the Gauhati High Court Act under Section 32 of the Gauhati High Court when Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh were made a Union Territory. The Gauhati High Court celebrated its Platinum Jubilee on 5th April 2023. The Indian Postal Department released a postage stamp saluting its contribution. If you are interested in this stamp and you want to buy Gauhati High Court India Stamp and Miniature Sheet visit Philacy.com
5-4-2023: Gauhati High Court India Stamp
The Gauhati High Court is seen as the emerging High Court of Assam. The Constituent Assembly of Assam passed a resolution on 9th September 1947 that it was necessary to establish a High Court for the State of Assam, and then the Governor General of India appointed the Assam Court. On this occasion, Indian Postal Department released the India Stamp of Gauhati High Court. The Gauhati High Court was established on 5th April 1948 in Assam under the Indian Act 1935 by the first Chief Justice of Assam, Sir R.F. Lodge appointed. The Gauhati High Court was originally known as the High Court of Assam and Nagaland, when Nagaland was separated from Assam in 1963, it became the High Court of Assam but as per the Indian Act of 1971, it was renamed Gauhati. High Court happened.