Supreme Court in this Order approved of Convenience Note submitted by Advocate Sumeer Sodhi to be a helpful aid that other Standing Counsels of States can follow as a Standard format.
Kaushal Verma and Ors Vs State of Chhattisgarh on 08 Dec 2020
In the end, we must observe that the presentation made by Mr. Sumeer Sodhi in the Note extracted above is an illustration how a case can be presented on behalf of the State. We may suggest that said Note may be taken as the Standard Format by all the learned counsel appearing for various State Governments in this Court. The Registry may circulate copies of this Order to all the learned Standing Counsel for the States.
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