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SC judge Justice Kohli remarks 'strong bar makes a strong judiciary'

IndiaTimes Saturday, 3 December 2022
Supreme Court judge Justice Hima Kohli on Saturday said that a "strong bar makes a strong judiciary" as she acknowledges the contribution of legal professionals. Justice Hima Kohli was speaking on the occasion of Lawyers of India Day celebrated by the Bar Association of India.
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