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Advocate felicitated on elevation as JM

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P. Eswaramoorthy had practised in Tirupur courts

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Sharing his views: P. Eswaramoorthy, who was recently elevated as judicial magistrate after serving as a lawyer in Tirupur for about nine years, speaking at a reception organised by the Tirupur Advocates Association, in Tirupur on Thursday. —

Tirupur: Lawyers affiliated to Tirupur Advocates Association (TAA) felicitated P. Eswaramoorthy (36), who was recently elevated as Judicial Magistrate, at a function here on Thursday evening.

Mr. Eswaramoorthy, a former member of TAA, had practised in Tirupur courts for nine years before he got selected into the judicial services through tests conducted by Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission.

Selected

TAA sources said that Mr Eswaramoorthy stood 17th among the 201 candidates selected from the tests into the judicial services this year.

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