The announcement to make Advocate Protection Act is dying in the papers: Rajendra Rathore


Deputy Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore has targeted the Congress government of the state regarding the incident of the killing of lawyer Jugraj Chauhan in broad daylight on the road in Jodhpur. BJP leader Rajendra Rathore tweeted in this regard that he has boycotted judicial work due to the murder of lawyer Jugraj Chauhan in broad daylight on the road in Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot's home district Jodhpur. At the same time, the Congress government is busy with the Raipur session.

The attack and killing of lawyers who are an integral part of the justice system are unfortunate and worrisome. Prior to this, the failure of the state government was also seen in the case of Hansraj Mavlia in Khandela of Sikar and Vijay Singh Zorar in Ghadsana of Sriganganagar. Lawyers are constantly being attacked but the government is silent.

The Congress government, which boasted of fulfilling the announcements made in the manifesto, had also announced the creation of the Advocate Protection Act at point number 19 of page number 36 of the manifesto before coming to power. Unfortunately, this declaration is dying in the papers of the manifesto.