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SC pays tributes to members of the legal fraternity who lost their lives due to COVID

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New Delhi, Jun 28(ILNS)Today, when the Supreme Court reassembled after the summer break, the Chief Justice of India Justice N V Ramana led the Brother and Sister Judges in paying tributes to about 77 members of the Bar who have unfortunately lost their lives due to Covid pandemic. He expressed heartfelt condolences on his own behalf and on behalf of his Brother and Sister judges. All the judges observed two-minute silence in memory of the departed souls. Mr. Gopal Sankaranarayanan, the Senior Advocate, who happened to be online in Item 1, thanked the CJI for what he described as a ‘noble gesture’ of remembering the departed souls from the Bench/ ILNS/KR/ SNG

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