[Etah Advocate Assault Case] Allahabad High Court denies requests made by Bar Council seeking probe by independent agency:
The Court also took on record the report submitted by the CJM, Etah and framed a few issues for consideration. The Allahabad High court on Tuesday would not surrender to the solicitations made by the Bar council of Uttar Pradesh for examination by an autonomous organisation into the Etah advocate attack case. In such manner, the bench of chief justice Govind Mathur and justice Saurabh shyam shamshery according noticed, " we are not slanted to give any such help as the person in question or the people oppressed may benefit suitable cure in such manner under the watchful eye of the proper court in fitting proceedings." The matter will currently be heard on February,2 . A month ago, the court had taken suo motu awareness of the attack on the attorney by the Uttar Pradesh police and coordinated the chief judicial magistrate, Etah to lead a request and present a report with respect to the occurrence. In December, the up police had separated the entryway of advocate Rajendra Sharma's home in Etah, hauled him out ,and attacked him while he was in his promoter's robes. The bar council of India(BCI) kept in touch with chief justice of India SA Bobde and Allahabad High Court chief justice Govind Mathur mentioning them to make prompt strides against the police staff who attacked the legal advisor. The supreme court bar association had likewise delivered an articulation censuring the police activity against the legal counsellor.