APCR to host state level workshop on Dec 8 in Bengaluru

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Qazi | Published on 6th December 2018, 12:26 AM | State News | Don't Miss |

Bengaluru: "Association for Protection of Civil Rights (APCR) Karnataka chapter on 8th December, Saturday will be hosting a day-long workshop for all its members at the state level here at IAT auditorium in Queens road, Bengaluru. Many legal experts from India will be witnessing this workshop", informed APCR Karnataka chapter general secretary Niyaz Ahmed. 

According to a press release, he said that this workshop, which would begin at 10:30 AM and will continue till 5:00 PM, will be presided by the senior counsel of Mumbai high court and APCR national president Yousuf Machala. The former public prosecutor of Karnataka high court Advocate BT Venkatesh will deliver a key address to the audience. To deliver a special lecture on Law, assistant professor of the National law school of Indian University, Bengaluru professor Kunal Ambasta too will be present in the workshop. 

On this occasion, a souvenir of APCR will be released by former Chief Justice of India Venkat Challayya. Secretary of Jamaat e Islami Hind Maulana Muhammad Yousuf Kunhi will also be present in the event.

APCR Karnataka chapter president advocate Saduddin M Saleh along with the executive members have already begun the preparations to make this workshop at an organized level with a grand success.

It is said that at least five to ten members from each district will be taking part in this workshop.

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