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Decide the issue of termination of membership of former President of District Bar Association, Sidhi before April 10: MP HC to State Bar Council, Jabalpur

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Jabalpur, Apr 2 (ILNS) The Jabalpur Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court directed the State Bar Council, Jabalpur, to decide on the appeal of former President of District Bar Association, Sidhi, challenging his termination of membership before April 10.

The writ petition has been filed by Munindra Dwivedi, Advocate, challenging the order dated March 3, 2021 passed by the District Bar Association, Sidhi, by which his membership has been terminated from the District Bar Association, Sidhi.

The grievance of the petitioner is that he has been the President of the District Bar Association on four occasions and that he has been expelled from the membership of the Bar Association with a view to deprive him from participating in the election.

Sandeep Singh Baghel, Counsel appearing on behalf of the State Bar Council of MP, Jabalpur, submitted that the petitioner has already filed an appeal against this expulsion before the State Bar Council on March 8, 2021 and notice has been issued to the District Bar Association. He further informed the Court that the State Bar Council shall decide the appeal filed by the petitioner within one week.

Vikas Mahawar, Counsel appearing for the District Bar Association, Sidhi stated that the election of District Bar Association, Sidhi is scheduled to take place on April 7, 2021.

The Division Bench of Chief Justice Mohammad Rafiq and Justice Fahim Anwar with regard to the submission of the Counsels, directed the petitioner and the District Bar Association, Sidhi to appear before the appellate authority/State Bar Council at Jabalpur on April 3, 2021 at 1100 hrs. The appellate authority shall decide the appeal on or before April 10, 2021, in accordance with law.

It was clarified by the Court that if the petitioner succeeds in appeal, the District Bar Association may revise the programme of election, so as to give opportunity to the petitioner to participate in the election process. The Court further directed that the date of election be postponed from April 7 to 15, 2021. ILNS/SNG/RJ

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