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Bar exam writ petition #10 in Madya Pradesh, adjourned until 27 July

A writ petition filed in the Madya Pradesh High Court by a final year student of University Institute of Law in Jabalpur has increased the tally of reported cases challenging the all India bar exam to at least 10.

The writ petition (WP No 9370/2010) under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution was filed by law student Anuj Agarwal before the division bench of the Jabalpur High Court consisting of justices Arun Mishra and S C Sinho on 14 July.

The case has been heard twice so far and stands adjourned until 27 July.

The petitioner was represented by advocate Sanjay Agrawal while no counsel appeared for BCI both times when the matter was listed on 15 and 16 June, said the petitioner Anuj Agarwal.

Click here to download the writ petition.

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