Senior Advocate Dushyant Dave Locks Horn With Present Executive Committee Over Kalikho Pul Issue
By Team Legistify / 2017-03-07

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Former Supreme Court Bar Association(SCBA) President Dushyant Dave has taken to task the members of present executive committee while accusing them of attempting to “condemn him and Prashant Bhushan personally” for fighting a case which has demanded probe into the allegations against some senior most judges of top court, lawyers and politicians.

Expressing disappointment, in a strongly worded letter addressing to the committee on Saturday, Dave said an emergency meeting was called by the executive committee members on Friday afternoon to “condemn both the lawyers for their appearance in the Writ Petition Criminal No 30/2017: Dangwimsai Pul” but the attempt was failed after majority of the members opposed the move.

However, the Executive Committee in the late evening clarified in a statement that no such resolution was passed in the meeting and Dave has been either misinformed or he has not verified the facts before taking it to personally.

In his letter, Dave said the meeting was called under the garb of this subject –“independence of the judiciary, in light of Writ Petition Criminal No 30/2017 : Dangwimsai Pul, really to condemn myself and Mr. Bhushan. “

“I believe the meeting discussed efforts to condemn us personally but fortunately and mercifully the efforts of few failed due to strong stand of the majority. I am grateful to friends in the Executive Committee who did not allow this design to succeed. The courage shown by the Learned Advocate Mr. Prashant Bhushan over years in fighting corruption in public life and Judiciary is exemplary. Even if the Executive Committee desires to attack me, please spare him because his services to the Nation are immeasurable.”

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