Bar Association issues notice to Advocates over working at “Boycotted” courts

Bar Association issues notice to Advocates over working at “Boycotted” courts

The show-cause notice is issued by the Mathura Bar association to five lawyers for working in the courts which are “boycotted” by the body.

Sushil Sharma, President, Bar Association of Mathura said that an explanation needs to be submitted by the five lawyers within three days.

To decide the future course of action, a meeting on November 09 has been called by the Working committee and Advisory committee, he added.

After one-day strike on November 05, the Bar has decided to boycott the CJM and ACJM first courts.

The unnecessary delay in Justice Delivery and harassing the members of the bar by these courts led to the decision of ban of courts, Bar said.

For allegedly working in the “boycotted” Courts, the official said notice was served to former joint secretary of the Mathura bar association L.K. Gautam, Senior Advocate Arjun Singh, Tejpal Singh, Badan Singh and Laik Singh.

Previous articleNGT bans sale, use of firecrackers in NCR, other cities
Next articleGujarat High Court : Quashes Sedition Case against Journalist
“An Investment in Knowledge pays the best interest”. I Ms. Sakshi Patil currently pursuing Bachelors of Law (LLB) from Pune University ,and I believe that Knowledge is a commodity to share and it should be not remain the monopoly of selected few. Studying Law helps me understand how society is govern and how law acts as medicine to heal the society. Keeping positive and open minded approach in every aspect of life is the aim and I hope to learn with every opportunity and can help to those in need and create awareness among people about law and its importance. As quoted by Henry Ward Beecher, ”A Law is valuable not because it is a law ,but because there is right in it.”