AP High Court judge and district portfolio judge G. Chandraiah exhorted advocates to respect their seniors and inculcate a spirit of social service.
In the legal profession, the association of seniors and their guidance matters much for those who join the profession. When juniors learn to respect seniors and elders in the profession, the career of the advocates would be smooth and prosperous, he said.
Mr. Chandraiah, along with another judge L. Narasimha Reddy, was in Warangal to take part in a series of meeting. They were here to honour the advocates who had completed 50 years of practice at the Bar.
Speaking on the eve, Mr. Chandraiah said that like in other professions, nobody honours advocates despite sacrificing their lives in the field of judiciary. Hence, he said he had made it a habit of felicitating those who have completed 50 years of practice. “Juniors should respect and honour their seniors. Thus, you will also be honoured and respected in future. Let us begin a good trend,” he told members of the Warangal Bar Association, who packed the venue at District Courts Complex.
Justice L. Narasimha Reddy lauded the initiative of advocates, who floated the Mutually Aided Cooperative Society. He urged the advocates to cooperate with each other. Eleven advocates were felicitated by the High Court judges. They were – V. Hari Hara Rao, Jaya Hari Hara Rao, KSRG Prasad, P. Kesava Reddy, Gopal Kishan Rao, L. Ayodhya Rama Rao, P.V. Narasimha Rao, P. Janardhan Reddy, Bhagwandas Mandhani, P. Ramgopal Rao and Sai Reddy.
The judges laid the foundation stone for the Advocates Recreation Club at Mulugu on a plot donated by advocates Vaddiraj Ganesh and Vaddiraj Venkateswar Rao to the Warangal Bar Association.