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Volume No - 14     Issue No - 3

As far as the Petitioners are concerned, the conduct of the 1st and the 2nd Respondents had resulted in an infringement of Article 14 (1) (g) of the Constitutionwhich entitles every citizen the “freedom to engage by himself or in association with others in any lawful occupation, profession, trade, business or enterprise.” Obstructing an Attorney-at-Law from representing or looking into the interests of a client or surrendering a client to the police, which are duties that a lawyer is professionally entitled to carry out, is certainly a violation of that right.

Judgement as it is


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