Several advocates from the Jamshedpur District Bar Association have pledged to provide free judicial services and take the Vishwa Hindu Parishad organization forward, emphasizing their commitment to providing justice.
JAMSHEDPUR – Advocates of the Jamshedpur District Bar Association along with the office bearers and workers of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) came together in a joint event on Saturday to commemorate and honor their commitment to the pursuit of justice.
In the event, senior advocates Sanjay Kumar Mishra, Balai Panda, Vinod Kumar Mishra, Akshay Kumar Jha, Paramjit Kumar Srivastava, Mithilesh Singh, Chandan Kumar Yadav, Navneet Kumar, Reena Singh, Reena Kumari, Ankit Pandey, Sanjeev Kumar Jha, and Ramchandra Kar were greeted with open arms. They were honored with traditional attire and were treated to sweets.
Senior advocate Sanjay Kumar Mishra, during his address, affirmed the collective commitment to providing free judicial service to those involved in the incident in Kadma Shastri Nagar, registered under the Kadma police station.
Mishra, expressing solidarity with the objectives of the VHP, pledged to bring legal awareness and to propel the organization’s mission forward. This commitment was solidified after discussions with the organization’s members and a day-long meeting with its office bearers. The event was notably graced by the VHP’s Sai Padma and Vandana Rao along with Vivek Kumar and BK Rai.
Advocate Raman Ojha, during his address, underlined the collective commitment to provide judicial assistance to those still in judicial custody. He also expressed the intention to organize meetings aimed at delivering justice to the individuals in need.
In a significant commitment to the VHP’s cause, all participating advocates pledged that they would charge no fee for the work related to the organization.