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Sudhakaran’s new organization for criminal cases; Lawyers Congress president resigns

Kochi > Okay Sudhakaran’s formation of a brand new group to deal with the felony circumstances of Congressmen has sparked fierce protests within the Attorneys’ Congress. Attorneys Congress state president T Asaf Ali tendered his resignation to KPCC.

Adv. Sudhakaran fashioned the ‘KPCC Legislation Assist Desk’ with VS Chandrasekaran as its convener. The resignation got here after the KPCC requested for a proof on the choice of the Attorneys Congress to not cooperate with the parallel group. Opponents of Sudhakaran within the Attorneys’ Congress say that the brand new group was fashioned to restrict Asaf Ali, who’s intently associated to Ramesh Chennithala. Asaf Ali was the Director General of Prosecutions over the past UDF regime.

The State Secretariat of the Attorneys Congress underneath the chairmanship of Asaf Ali has determined that the parallel group on the state, district and court docket ranges has created confusion within the Attorneys Congress and they need to not cooperate with it till KPCC provides a proof. KPCC requested to withdraw the choice and provides a proof by 5 pm on the sixteenth. KPCC General Secretary TU Radhakrishnan identified within the letter that the Attorneys’ Congress has no proper to take a choice towards the authorized assist discussion board fashioned on the initiative of the KPCC president. In protest towards this, Asaf Ali tendered his resignation to Okay Sudhakaran on Tuesday. The letter additionally mentioned that the resignation will take impact from Wednesday.

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