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MP Govt urged to withdraw hiked court fee

CHAIRMAN OF the All-India Bar Association Adish C Aggarwala urged the Madhya Pradesh Government to withdraw the increased court fee in the State. He said that if the increased court fee of MP Government was not withdrawn, the lawyers across the country would abstain from work on August 12. Aggarwala said that a meeting of the leaders of the High Court Bar Associations of the country had been convened on July 30 to discuss this issue.

india Updated: Jul 01, 2006 00:03 IST

CHAIRMAN OF the All-India Bar Association Adish C Aggarwala urged the Madhya Pradesh Government to withdraw the increased court fee in the State.

He said that if the increased court fee of MP Government was not withdrawn, the lawyers across the country would abstain from work on August 12.

Aggarwala said that a meeting of the leaders of the High Court Bar Associations of the country had been convened on July 30 to discuss this issue. He said that the MP Government’s decision to increase the court fee would deprive the poor of justice.

He said that in 2003, the Government of India had set up a committee, comprising registrar-general of the Supreme Court, registrar-general of high courts, Union law secretary, two lawyers and others. This committee was set up to submit report to bring parity in the court fees throughout the country.

HC stops minister from construction work
THE ALLAHABAD High Court has restrained Shailendra Yadav alias Lalai, Minister of State for Social Welfare and Sanjay, a resident of Jaunpur, from doing any construction work on a piece of disputed land in Jaunpur.

The court has also directed the Jaunpur superintendent of police and SHO of Shahganj police station, Jaunpur, to register an FIR on the complaint of the petitioner.

Passing the order, Justice Rakesh Tiwari directed the SP and the SHO to appear in the court on August 8.

The court passed the order on a writ petition filed by an educational Institution of Jaunpur.

The petitioner alleged that Shailendra Yadav, his brother and agents, are grabbing the property of the institution. When the petitioner tried to contact the police station to lodge an FIR, the police did not register the case.