Incumbent President of the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA), Senior Advocate Vikas Singh has been reelected to the post..Singh defeated his nearest rival Senior Advocate Ranjit Kumar. Singh secured 1005 votes as against Kumar's 754. Senior Advocate Pradeep Kumar Rai was elected Vice President while advocate Rahul Kaushik was elected Secretary..The elections this year were held physically as opposed to the previous two years when there constraints on due to COVID-19 .Senior Advocates Vikas Singh and Ranjit Kumar and advocate Neeraj Srivastava were running for the post of President.While Senior Advocates Pradeep Rai and Sukumar Patt Joshi and Advocate S Sadasiva Reddy were in the race for the post of Vice President..Senior Advocate Ranjit Kumar had during the presidential debate has attempted to clear the air regarding his "inaccessibility."."Many say I am inaccessible and therefore not good candidate. To be busy and practice in Supreme Court we don't become inaccessible. Our existence in this court is because we practice law. This is what I wanted to make it clear," Kumar had said..Singh on the other hand had proposed an amendment to Advocate-on-Record exam rule for exemption of lawyers who have been practicing in top court for the last 10 years.