Public interest litigation done by maliciousness is not maintainable: Shantilal Pamecha

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22 May, 20 07:22
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Public interest litigation done by maliciousness is not maintainable:  Shantilal Pamecha

Udaipur. The Bar Association Udaipur is regularly conducting online web seminars for its fellow and member advocates during the ongoing Lock Down on the global epidemic coronavirus by and training them in legal provisions at home. The third web training for advocates was organized on behalf of the bar on Thursday.

Advocate Manish Sharma, president of Bar Association, Udaipur, said that in this series of live zoom meetings on Thursday, * Public interest litigation - currently its need and utility. * Former Bar Association President and Senior Advocate and Civil Law Advocate Shantilal Pamecha duly apprised the online advocates of the nuances of the law and explained the details of civil litigation and administrative work powers, jurisdiction, treatment and relief litigants in terms of public interest litigation and its need and utility.

Senior advocate Shantilal Pamecha has made reference to the PIL in terms of Section 91 of the CPC and its sub-clauses, from civil courts in criminal cases, provisions of Section 133, and its provisions of CrPC and its provisions under Section 22 of the Legal Services Authorization Act in public utility cases. Through this, various public interest petitions to be made in the permanent court informed about their court fees and the treatment they receive.

During his entire session, senior advocate Shantilal Pamecha said that in public interest petitions, the court has to make it aware that it has come to the court to get relief from purity and clean hand and clean mind and not to make public interest in malicious litigation against any party. Advocate Pamecha also explained in detail about the large judicial illustration of public interest petitions in the country.

Open session questions and answers

Among the hundreds of participants in the web workshop, several advocates, including CP Goswami Kunal Jain Mahendra Nagda Durga Singh Shaktawat Vinita Paliwal of Mavali, questioned, which was answered by senior advocate Pamecha to calm their curiosity.

The web seminar was conducted by advocate Aditi ModThanks and was paid by Secretary Rajesh Sharma. The online seminar was attended by advocate Jitendra Likhari Harish Paliwal Prem Singh Pawar BL Lodha Kamlesh Dave Rakesh Mogra Jitendra Jain Anil Asliya Rachna Chaudhary Meena Deora Tushar Mod Yashwant Menaria Praveen Purohit and hundreds of advocates of law students.

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