Hisar, May 3
The District Bar Association has urged the administration to utilise the Bar room and the chambers of advocates for setting up a Covid care centre in view of the surge in cases in the district.
In a letter to Deputy Commissioner Priyanka Soni today, DBA president Mandeep Bishnoi said, “Under the given circumstances, the District Bar Association is ready to hand over the Bar room and the chambers for setting up a Covid care centre. We are ready to extend all help to the administration to deal with the prevailing situation”, he said.
The DBA office-bearers also decided that no member of the association would take up the case of chemist shop owner Arun Khurana, his nephew Parth Khurana and another person, Mukesh Malik, who have been arrested for the sale of Remdesivir on the black market. — TNS
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