On Demand On Lawyers, UP Govt Constitutes Three-Member Committee To Explore Advocate Protection Bill Aspects

On Demand On Lawyers, UP Govt Constitutes Three-Member Committee To Explore Advocate Protection Bill Aspects

Lucknow, Sep 20 (TNA) On the demand of lawyers, the UP government on Tuesday constituted a committee for the Advocate Protection Bill. This three-member committee will consider various aspects of the Advocate Protection Bill and give its recommendations to the State Law Commission. The three-member committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of the Principal Secretary Legislative.

Along with this, Additional Director General of Police Prosecution will be a member of this constituted committee. Apart from this, the nominated officer of Uttar Pradesh State Legal Council Prayagraj will be made a member.

The government has welcomed the decision to form a committee for the Advocate Protection Bill. Lucknow Bar Association will discuss the strike in the meeting to be held on September 21. At present the strike of Lucknow Bar Association is going on. On the other hand, the Central Bar Association has ended its strike.

Actually, the lawyers of UP had been demanding the long standing Advocate Protection Bill for a long time. On the other hand, after the lathi charge on lawyers in Hapur, lawyers' organizations had announced a strike and demanded implementation of the Advocate Protection Bill along with other demands. In this connection, a meeting was held between UP Bar Council officials and senior government level officials in which it was agreed to form a committee for the Advocate Protection Bill.

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