About Gyan | Aug 3, 2021 | 0
Jabalpur News: 250 lawyers died of corona in the state
Jabalpur, AboutGyan Representative. RK Singh Saini, vice chairman of MP State Bar Council has so far expressed concern about the death of 250 lawyers from Corona in the state. He says that 35 lawyers have died in Jabalpur alone. It is clear that the second wave of corona is fatal. If the third wave strikes, the situation may become even more dire. In such a situation, caution is very important. All lawyers pay special attention to their immunity. Take measures to keep your health better. Take hot water and steam daily. Health can also be maintained with Ayurvedic medicines. As far as financially weak lawyers are concerned, the State Bar has made a provision of five crores for them. Efforts are also being made to get the package from the Central and State Governments. Hope to get success soon.
Online live tribute gathering: Here, online live tribute meeting was organized on the YouTube channel by the Advocates Council Central Region, in which tributes were paid to almost the deceased advocates in the last month in the whole of Madhya Pradesh. The tribute meeting was conducted by advocate Vivek Jain of Gwalior. Mahakaushal Province General Minister Mukund Agarwal Advocate Bhopal, Malwa Province General Secretary Shwikram Dubey Indore and Central India Province General Secretary Ravindra Singh Kushwaha Gwalior paid obeisance, remembering and mentioning the names of the deceased advocates in their respective provinces. Central Region Minister Deepender Singh Kushwaha Gwalior paid his respects to the deceased advocates and read the Shanti text.
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Senior Advocate Sunil Jain from Indore, former Advocate General RD Jain from Gwalior and former Advocate General Ravinandan Singh from Jabalpur also paid homage. Advocate of Delhi Shwikas Mahajan also paid homage to VM Bhardwaj, Vice President of All India Advocates Council. This mass tribute meeting was held in memory of all the late advocates of Madhya Pradesh.