'Ready To Go Back To RSS': Retired Calcutta HC Judge Chitta Ranjan Dash In Farewell Speech

Speaking at his farewell at the High Court in the presence of the judges and members of the bar, Justice Dash said, "To the distaste of some persons, I must admit here that I was and I am a member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)." "I owe a lot to the organisation. I am there from my childhood and throughout my youth," Justice Dash added. Read More

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Justice Chitta Ranjan Dash, who retired as a judge of the Calcutta High Court on Monday, stated that "he was and is a member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). The Judge said that he was "ready to go back to the organisation if they called for any assistance or work that he was capable of doing."
Speaking at his farewell at the High Court in the presence of the judges and members of the bar, Justice Dash said, "To the distaste of some persons, I must admit here that I was and I am a member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)."
"I owe a lot to the organisation. I am there from my childhood and throughout my youth," Justice Dash added.

"I have learnt to be courageous, upright and have an equal view for others and above all, the sense of patriotism and commitment to the work," Justice Dash said.
Justice Dash said that he had distanced himself from the organisation for about 37 years because of the work he undertook.
"I have never used my membership of the organisation for any advancement of my career because it is against its principles," he said during his farewell speech.
Demitting office after over 14 years as a high court judge, Justice Dash came to the Calcutta HC from the Orissa HC on transfer.

Who Is Justice Dash?

Born in 1962 in Odisha's Sonepur, Dash did his schooling in Ullunda and completed his higher studies in Dhenkanal and Bhubaneswar, following which he graduated in law in Cuttack in 1985.
He enrolled as an advocate in 1986 and was appointed as an additional standing counsel of the state government in 1992, which he continued till 1994, according to the website of the Calcutta HC.
He joined the Orissa Superior Judicial Service (Senior Branch) in February 1999 as a direct recruit. He was elevated as an additional judge of the Orissa HC in October 2009. Dash joined as a judge of the Calcutta HC on transfer on June 20, 2022.
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