Tripura advocates to protest provisions of amendment in the Advocate Act. on April 24
Agartala : By Our Correspondent
To protest the provisions of amendment in the Advocate Act the advocates of Tripura has announced to set ablaze the Advocates (Amendment) Bill 2017' on April 24 next. As part of their national program they will also submit memorandum to the central government through Governor Tathagata Roy on April 27 next opposing the bill, said senior advocate of Tripura Pijush kanti Biswas.
He said that a series of protests were being shown earlier taking up the same subject. While announcing to set ablaze the Advocates (Amendment) Bill 2017' on April 24, Biswas said that the bill proposed by the Law commission of India will destroy the independence and autonomy of Indian Bar completely.
Raising voice against changes in the Act, Biswas said that this bill has to be withdrawn for the independency and autonomy of Indian Bars. The Law commission is taking away our right and if it is being implemented then the advocates will not have any freedom to work properly.
However, as part of the protest the Tripura advocates headed by the senior lawyer Pijush Kanti Biswas will set the draft of amendment bill on fire on April 24 next in front of each and every court complex.
Advocates wearing black coats will submit memorandum to the central government through Governor Roy and they will gather at Swami Vivekananda stadium to organize the march to Raj Bhawan on April 27.