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Newly elected Committee of Punjab & Haryana High Court Bar Association takes charge

Chandigarh, December 20, 2021 (Kulbir Singh Kalsi)
Today, With the Great zeal and Enthusiasm the Newly Elected Committee of Punjab and Haryana High Court Bar Association, Chandigarh taken the charge of their respective various posts in Punjab and Haryana High Court, Section 1, Chandigarh.

As per the dignity and custom of the High Court, The Election Committee also organized the swearing-in ceremony in the presence of all the junior and senior advocates.

After taking the charge of the Winner Executive Members of Punjab and Haryana High Court Bar Association assured to their follow Advocate to fulfill their Commitment given according to the manifesto.

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