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SC bar exam hearing: delayed one more day by admin

Today’s hearing in the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) matter has been postponed by one more day following an inadvertent administrative delay in sending the case files from the Supreme Court Registry to the registrar’s court.

The contentious matter is now scheduled for hearing tomorrow before the registrar. As per the registrar’s last order dated 25 October, today the petitioner BCI (Bar Council of India) was supposed to file the proof of service of the notices meant to be served upon the respondents.

Senior advocate Dushyant Dave’s assistant Anirudh Rajput who was present in the court today told Legally India that they have filed an interim stay on the exam on behalf of law students in Maharashtra.

In June, a group of students from an Aurangabad-based law school filed a writ petition against the BCI through their counsel Satish Talekar.

Law graduate Siddharth Seth and Rajput confirmed that in another development in the case the Madhya Pradesh Bar Council has planned to move an application for impleadment as respondents along with the Maharashtra law students tomorrow.

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