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Bar Council of India suspends 105 Lawyers from Practicing for ‘Indiscipline’

July,25,2016:

They disrupted Court work for Two Months.

Lawyers Suspended for Protest

The Bar Council of India (BCI), in a firstof its kind action ever, yesterday suspended 105 lawyers from Tamil Nadu and has prohibited them from practising Law in any court or tribunal.

The lawyers have been suspended for their act of regularly creating problems in the administration of justice and due discharge of their legal duties practising lawyers, a BCI statement said.

As per BCI these lawyers paralysed the Judicial work of the Court and the clients suffered for two months.

In a statement issued by BCI Chairman Manan Kumar Mishra the suspension of 105 lawyers is with immediate effect. It will be followed by disciplinary action against them.

Apprehending that that they would create trouble during the disciplinary proceedings too as they did it earlier BCI will be conducting the proceedings outside Tamil Nadu.

BCI action of this scale is unprecedented.

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