Lucknow: The state authorities on Tuesday constituted a three-member committee that may give its recommendations to the State Regulation Fee for making ready Advocates’ Protection Bill.
Principal secretary , legislation and authorized remembrancer, Pramod Kumar Srivastava would be the chairman of the committee. The opposite two members can be extra director common of police (prosecution) and an individual nominated by the Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh.
The committee will submit its report back to the State Regulation Fee.
After the Hapur incident, attorneys throughout the state have been demanding implementation of the Advocates’ Protection Act.
The police had lathi-charged attorneys in Hapur on August 29 once they have been protesting towards the registration of a case towards a girl advocate and her father following a confrontation between her and police when she was going to Ghaziabad in her automobile.
Legal professionals throughout the state went on strike from the following day.
The Bar Council ended the 16-day strike after a gathering between members of the Bar Council and the state authorities on September 14,
Prashant Singh ‘Atal’, co-chairman and member of the Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh, has welcomed the state authorities’s determination.
“The state authorities had already accepted all calls for of attorneys. Now, the federal government has additionally constituted a committee for rolling out the Advocates’ Protection Act,” stated Prashant Singh.