24 Aug 2012

Rs.10 lakh for library of High Court Bar Council.

 Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna announced Rs. 10 lakh for library of High Court Bar Council. He also asked the office bearers of the council to forward proposals for residence and chambers for advocates as per the available land. Meanwhile, the Bar Council presented draft of Rs. 1.25 lakh to Mr. Bahuguna for Chief Minister Relief Fund.
 Chief Minister Bahuguna speaking as the Chief Guest of a program organized by High Court Bar Council on Friday said that Bar and the Bench were complimentary to each other hence it was necessary to maintain coordination between both. Stating that
interest of litigants were most important, he said that early justice to them would always prove beneficial to them. Describing importance of library in the work of advocates, he called on the young advocates to visit library as much as they could. Narrating some of the incident of his days as advocate, Mr. Bahuguna wished them for bright future. Stating that advocates belonged to the section of intellectuals, he called on them to contribute in the development of the State. He said that they could approach him directly or through mail and phone to discus issues pertaining to their welfare and grievances.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Dr. Indira Hridayesh said that Bar Council of the High Court had great significance hence the advocates working here ought to get the requisite facilities.  
Also Present on the occasion were Cabinet Minister Yashpal Arya, area MLA Sarita Arya, President of Bar Council Prithviraj Chauhan, advocates UK Uniyal, Dr. Mahendra Pal, DK Sharma and Qurban Ali.

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