Supreme Court seeks explanation from AoR after no lawyer appears to argue case

"When arguing counsel is not present, at least the Advocate-­on-Record, who has filed the case, ought to be present in the Court," the Court said.
The Supreme Court of India
The Supreme Court of India

The Supreme Court of India recently asked an Advocate on Record (AoR) to explain why no lawyers, except for a proxy counsel, appeared in court to argue a listed matter [Krishna Kumar v State of UP].

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