Press Release: Akhil Bharatiya Adhivakta Parishad (ABAP), the Largest Advocates Organisation of India, will hold its 13th National Conference at the premises of Kalinga Institute of Industrial Training University (KIIT) in Bhubaneswar.
The conference is scheduled from Dec 26 to Dec 28. The delegates including Honourable Supreme Court and High Court judges, senior advocates from all over the country and more than 2000 eminent personalities are expected to participate at the event, said ABAP President Justice S Parvat Rao at a press conference held at Odisha Diploma Engineers Service Association Hall near Keshari talkies, Unit III, Kharavelnagar, Bhubaneswar, on Sunday.
Addressing the media, Justice Rao said that it has been seen that the constitutional and democratic institutions are being emasculated and marginalised all over the country. There has been considerable adverse impact on governance owing to these developments and decline in moral values. He hoped thousands of lawyers to participate a debate on “Vitalising Constitutional and Democratic Institutions” to focus on improving the quality of the governance.
He said that the seminar will discuss various issues and the organisation will come out with concrete plan that will try to sort out the drawback and revitalise the constitutional and democratic institutions.