According to media reports Law Minister Veerappa Moily recently asked Gopal Subramanium (pictured) to resign from his Bar Council of India (BCI) post so that he could concentrate full-time, on his job
@Karam Gupta: Thank you for your kind support. If only our voices reaches up to the "right people".
I entirely agree with Kameshwar Tripathi.Besides holding the post of SG and BCI chief is Conflict of interest as now pointed out by Mr Moily.I wonder why GS is holding on to BCI chief even after a direction from the Law minister to quit.
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In my view and experience with this legal luminary, I have serious doubts as to Mr. Gopal Subramanium's capability of holding such an high office. We need individuals who are more transparent in their actions and conduct while being socially accountable. Ethics and morality are two prominent words in the art of good advocacy. Hope the state takes the urgent steps to ensure the same and bringing back the respect of the office for Solicitor General. While the Bar too must ensure being lead by good lawyers against leaders. As a law student, I argue for his replacement from the post of BCI chairman as he has caused grave pain to student community with his arbitrary actions.
Mr Law Minister is very much right. For long time there was a need of this type of law minister. Reform and Moily are synonymous to each other.
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