PM Modi's security breach: SCBA urges ex-judge Indu Malhotra to enquire into threat calls to advocates
On Monday, the SCAORA, claimed the threat calls were made allegedly by pro-Khalistan organisation Sikhs for Justice.
Attorney General KK Venugopal said the applicant feels that cost is in the nature of a penalty and therefore wants that the amount already been deposited, be treated as a donation.
CJI Ramana says advocates must work to improve judiciary’s image
A Delhi Police release said there was no casualty, but a Naib Court, head constable Rajeev, sustained minor injuries and was receiving treatment.
While the bar association raised the issue of security lapses, the police officials assured them of better security system in the future.
"I think that kind of delay literally denies it and I have been a lawyer and later a judge, so if a lawyer and a judge can't get justice you can imagine the fate of a layman," said Sujata Kohli.
Former president of Delhi High Court Bar Association Rajiv Khosla was convicted on October 29 under IPC Sections 323 (causing hurt) and 506 (criminal intimidation).
President of Jagatsinghpur district bar association, Ramananda Panda was arrested by the police after his wife Lipi had lodged an FIR accusing him of torture over a family dispute.
Madras Bar Association passes resolution, asks collegium to reconsider its decision; such transfers could hinder judges from adjudicating boldly, say advocates
A court had convicted former Delhi High Court Bar Association President Rajiv Khosla for assaulting a woman lawyer in 1994.
The bench also asked the Registrar General of the High Court of Rajasthan at Jaipur to submit a report pointing out exactly what happened on September 27, 2021.
The resolution came a day after Chief Justice of India (CJI) N V Ramana said that physical hearing of the cases may hopefully resume after Dussehra's vacation.
CJI exhorted women lawyers to strongly raise demand for 50 per cent reservation in the judiciary and assured them of his "total support".
The letter raised the issue of designation of apex court lawyers as seniors and said the Committee for Designation of Senior Advocate' is obliged to meet at least twice in a calendar year.
Terming the issue as an administrative one, the bench asked whether the Centre was willing to raise a force like CISF or Railways Protection Force for judges and judicial officers in the country.