Hapur News – Lawyers upset about manual strike change for advocates

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Angry attorneys on strike over changing attorney’s manual
Hapur. Angry lawyers went on strike Wednesday over the amendment to the Bar Council of India’s advocates manual. The litigants were also concerned that there was no work in court. At the same time, proponents announced that the struggle would continue if the change was not withdrawn.
The Bar Council of India (BCI) has changed the relevant code of conduct and etiquette of lawyers / bar associations. The Bar Council of India has also issued a notice on the subject. Lawyers protested against this.
A meeting of the Hapur Bar Association was held on Wednesday at which the association’s president, Sunil Kumar Agrawal, said that an amendment to chapter two of India’s legal council rules would be proposed by the Indian Bar Council. This proposal violates the fundamental rights of the country’s lawyers. On Wednesday, on appeal by Kendriya Sangharsh Samiti Meerut, the lawyers decided to abstain from legal work. Minister Ashok Kumar Giri said the change in the rules issued by the Bar Council of India cannot be accepted. There are many formalities that should be reconsidered by the Bar Council of India.
The secretaries Ashok Kumar Giri, Javed Akram, Vijay Aggarwal, Dharmendra Kumar, Sushant Pratap Singh, Moolchand Sharma, Baburam Giri, Masroof Rana, Shyamveer Singh, Pawan Saini, Asim, Hemant, Pankaj etc. supported the proposal. conversation

Angry attorneys on strike over changing attorney’s manual

Hapur. Angry lawyers went on strike Wednesday over the amendment to the Bar Council of India’s advocates manual. The litigants were also concerned that there was no work in court. At the same time, proponents announced that the struggle would continue if the change was not withdrawn.

The Bar Council of India (BCI) has changed the relevant code of conduct and etiquette of lawyers / bar associations. The Bar Council of India has also issued a notice on the subject. Lawyers protested against this.

A meeting of the Hapur Bar Association was held on Wednesday at which the association’s president, Sunil Kumar Agrawal, said that an amendment to chapter two of India’s legal council rules would be proposed by the Indian Bar Council. This proposal violates the fundamental rights of the country’s lawyers. On Wednesday, on appeal by Kendriya Sangharsh Samiti Meerut, the lawyers decided to abstain from legal work. Minister Ashok Kumar Giri said the change in the rules issued by the Bar Council of India cannot be accepted. There are many formalities that should be reconsidered by the Bar Council of India.

The secretaries Ashok Kumar Giri, Javed Akram, Vijay Aggarwal, Dharmendra Kumar, Sushant Pratap Singh, Moolchand Sharma, Baburam Giri, Masroof Rana, Shyamveer Singh, Pawan Saini, Asim, Hemant, Pankaj etc. supported the proposal. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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