UP Bar Council delegation meets CM
A DELEGATION of the Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh led by newly elected chairman Ajay Yadav met the Chief Minister on Monday.Updated: May 09, 2006 00:01 IST
A DELEGATION of the Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh led by newly elected chairman Ajay Yadav met the Chief Minister on Monday.
According to Ajay Yadav, the delegation congratulated the chief minister on setting up the Ram Manohar Lohia Rashtriya Vidhi Sansthan at Lucknow on the pattern of the National Law College, Bangalore.
Ajay Yadav said if the Bar Council of India granted approval to this college in its meeting in June, 2006, the first session would begin from July 2006. He said it would be the first national law college in northern India and hoped it would surpass the NLC in Bangalore, as the State Government had promised to provide it with the best possible infrastructure.
The delegation included former Bar Council of UP chairman Rohitashwa Kumar Agrawal, PK Singh and others.
THE SAMAJWADI Yuva Adhivakta Manch has termed the election of Ajay Yadav as chairman of Bar Council of UP as ‘victory of the youth’. Speaking at a meeting, Manch secretary Virendra Pratap Yadav hoped a majority of advocates, who were youths, would get an opportunity to undergo legal training and avail themselves of infrastructural facilities throughout the State.
The meeting was attended by KK Roy, Narendra Bahadur, Manoj Manas, KN Shukla, Himanshu Singh, Anaksha Patel and others.
A GENERAL body meeting of the Allahabad High Court Bar Association will be held on May 10 in the HCBA Library Hall.
It will consider the two requisitions received in the office of HCBA regarding problems of the Bar and also the proceedings for designating ‘senior advocates’ at the High Court.
Giving this information, High Court Bar Associationsecretary Rakesh Pandey said the requisitions were signed by about 200 members of the Bar.
The secretary, on the occasion, requested all members to attend the meeting.
First Published: May 09, 2006 00:01 IST