Bar Council of India can reject Prashant Bhushan's License
The problems of lawyer Prashant Bhushan from the Supreme Court have not stopped. Prashant Bhushan, found guilty of contempt of court, can now be tried for his advocacy license after being sentenced by the court.
New Delhi: The problems of lawyer Prashant Bhushan from the Supreme Court have not stopped. Prashant Bhushan, found guilty of contempt of court, can now be tried for his advocacy license after being sentenced by the court. In fact, paragraph 89 of the Court's decision states that after being convicted in a criminal case, the Bar Council of India (BCI) can suspend the nomination of a lawyer if it so desires. It is being speculated about the license.
Prashant Bhushan's license could suspended:
In such a situation, on one hand, after the Supreme Court convicted Prashant Bhushan, he was fined one rupee, on the other hand, after this decision, his license can now be suspended.
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Let us tell you that in this case, the Bar Council of India has now asked the Delhi Bar Council to refer to the tweet of Prashant Bhushan. Also, if he feels that action should be taken on Prashant Bhushan Take the decision according to the law.
Bar Council to take action soon:
Along with this, after the whole episode, issuing a statement on behalf of the Bar Council of India. It has been said that it has been unanimously decided that Delhi Bar Council, where Prashant Bhushan is nominated as a lawyer. They will check all his tweets. Checking out In this case, Delhi Bar Council should take a decision as soon as possible.
For information, please provide that such a provision has already been made in Section 24A of the Advocates Act. If someone is convicted in a criminal case, he will not be admitted as an advocate. No practice will allowed on the rolls of the State Bar Council.
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