17 December 2022
The Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana has launched e-Bar Council Services to facilitate the Advocates. This service full of facilities was launched by the Honorable Chief Minister of Punjab Mr. Bhagwant Mann. During this he was accompanied by Bar Council of India Member Pratap Singh, Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana Chairman Suvir Sidhu, Secretary Gurtej Singh, Punjab Advocate General Vinod Ghai, Vice Chairman Ashok Singla, Executive Committee Chairman CM Munjal, Rajya Sabha Member Raghav Chadha was present.
Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and Bar Council Chairman Suvir Sidhu also distributed enrollment certificates to more than 350 new lawyers and wished them all the best.
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann urged the budding lawyers to pursue their profession with passion. He said that when both enthusiasm and passion come together, there is no such work which cannot be completed. He said that juniors should take guidance from their seniors so that a good understanding can be created among them.
Chairman Bar Council of Punjab
On the occasion, Suvir Sidhu, Chairman, Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana, welcoming Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann as the chief guest, advised the newly enrolled advocates to maintain the dignity of the noble legal profession. Giving information about the e-Bar Council Services, he said that the various services have been completely digitized by the Council, in which the need for advocates to come to the Bar Council for any work will be reduced. They will be able to access various types of services by visiting the website of the Bar Council.
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann distributed a fund of Rs. 54 lakh 80 thousand to the families of 23 deceased lawyers through Punjab Advocate Welfare. The Advocates welfare funds tickets fix on the Vakaltnaama and other documents filed before the honorable court. The collection of the fund from the stamps of AWF are distributed to the deceased advocates from the state of Punjab.