UP Bar Council Suspends Suspension of Mathura Bar Association Prez, Secretary
The Uttar Pradesh Bar Council has suspended the president and secretary of the Mathura Bar Association from practicing in the courts for one year for professional misconduct, an official said on Monday.
The suspension order of Association President Ajit Teharia and Secretary Satyendra Kumar Parihar has been suspended by Bar Council President Madhu Sudan Tripathi,” said Sarvesh Kumar Sharma, Vice President of the Sudan Bar Association. Mathura.
He said a two-member panel had been set up to review the charges against Teharia and Parihar. Former head of the bar council Arun Kumar Tripathi and former co-chairman Shiv Kishor Gaur will be part of the panel.
The move comes after the association‘s two board members – Teharia and Parihar – sent a letter to the Bar Council on Sunday, alleging their side of the story had not been heard before ordering their suspension.
It has also been claimed that Complainant Siddharth Chaturvedi is a registered barrister of the Delhi Bar Council and has no right to meddle in the internal affairs of the Mathura Bar Association.
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