[COVID-19 Lockdown] Karnataka State Junior Advocates Association writes to CM Yediyurappa urging release of 25 crore for needy advocates

[COVID-19 Lockdown] Karnataka State Junior Advocates Association writes to CM Yediyurappa urging release of 25 crore for needy advocates
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The Karnataka State Junior Advocates Association (KSJAA) recently wrote to Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa, asking him to consider the release of Rs 25 crore to the KSBC COVID -19 Advocates Relief Fund.

The letter also requests amendment of the Karnataka Advocates Welfare Fund Act, 1983 to make a provision for withdrawal of money during the lockdown in order to distribute urgent sustenance allowance to needy advocates.

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