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CJI congratulates Kapil Sibal for being elected as SCBA president

CJI congratulates Kapil Sibal for being elected as SCBA president

New Delhi, May 17 (UNI) The Chief Justice of India (CJI), D.Y. Chandrachud, on Friday congratulated Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal for being elected as the President of the Supreme Court Bar Association (UNI).
“Mr. Sibal, heartiest congratulations on your election as SCBA President, the CJI said.
Kapil Sibal replied smilingly, "It is a pleasure to be appointed as President of the Supreme Court Bar. An opportunity to serve bar after 22 years.

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