Nov 23 2018

Government of India appoints fresh Panel of Counsels in Punjab & Haryana High Court

Chandigarh November 23, 2018.  Sh. Satya Pal Jain, Additional Solicitor General of India, Ex- Member of Law Commission and Former City MP, today said that the Government of India has appointed 126 Advocates as Senior Panel Counsels and Central Government Counsels for contesting the cases of the Government of India in the Punjab & Haryana High Court.

Giving this information, Sh. Jain said that these counsels shall be conducting the litigation of the Central Government (except cases of Railways and Taxation) in the Punjab & Haryana High Court.  These appointments will be valid for three years. These lawyers shall be entitled to the fees for conducting the cases of Government of India from different Departments as per the rate fixed by the Government of India in 2015.

Mr. Jain said that the lawyers include 58 Senior Panel Counsels and 68 Central Government Counsels. All the Counsels appointed as Senior Panel Counsels are having minimum 10 years practice. Out of the 126 appointments, 59 are new appointments. He also said that it is for the first time that as many as 20 women advocates have been appointed on the Central Government panel.

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It may be mentioned here that Sh. Satya Pal Jain, Additional Solicitor General of India is the Litigation Incharge for all cases of the Central Government Counsel in the Punjab & Haryana High Court and he is responsible for distribution and allotment of cases amongst the panel of Government of India, comprising of Asst. SG, Senior Panel Counsels and Central Government Counsels working under him. With these appointments, the total number of Counsels working under him on the panel of Government of India has gone up to 135 counsels (including Asst. SG, 63 Senior Panel Counsels and 71 Central Government Counsels).

The list of appointments made now is as under:-

Senior Panel Counsels – Ajay Kumar Gupta, Alok K Jain, Amit Arora, Anil Chawla, Mrs. Anita Balyan, Ankur Sharma, Arun Gosain, Arvind Moudgil, Ashish Rawal, Ashok Kumar Arora, Ashwini Kumar Bansal, Mrs. Balwinder Kaur, Bharat Bhushan Sharma, D.P. Gupta, Daya Krishan Wadhawan, Dharmender, Dheeraj Jain, Ms. Gurmeet Kaur Gill, Harpal S. Baidwan, Jatinder Nara, Lokesh Narang, Namit Kumar, Narender K. Vashishth, Nikhil Kumar Chopra, O.P. Dabla, Pankaj Gupta, Pankaj Jain, Parminder Kanwar, Parveen Hans, Parvesh Kumar Saini, Parveshinder S. Sidhu, Pawan K. Longia, Piyush Bansal, Praveen Chander Goyal, Ms. Puneeta Sethi, Rajender Singh Malik, Rajesh K. Sharma, Rajiv Kawatra, Rajiv Sharma, Rajiv Singh Sihag, Ramesh Chand Sharma, Ms. Ranjana Shahi, Rattan S. Longia, Roopam K. Jain, Ms. Sangeeta Tiwari, Sanjay Vashishth, Mrs. Sharmila Sharma, Mrs. Sheenu Sura, Shiv Kumar Sharma, Shivoy Dhir, Somesh Gupta, Sudhir Nar, Sunil K. Sharma, Surinder Mahajan, Vijay Kumar Chaudhary, Vipul Aggarwal, Vishal Gupta, Vivek Chauhan.

Central Government Counsels ­– Aayush Arora, Abhinav Gupta, Aditya Jain, Aditya Sanghi, Agam Jund, Ajay Kalra, Ms. Alisha Arora, Amit Kumar Goyal, Amit Sharma, Amit Sheoran, Ms. Amrita Singh, Ms. Anju Rathore, Anoop Kumar, Arihant Goyal, Arvind Seth, Aseem Aggarwal, Ashish Aggarwal, Baljinder Singh Inchhewal, Bhupeshwar Jaswal, Bhuwan Vats, Brijeshwar Singh Kanwar, Chandan Gaddi, Deepak Malhotra, Deepak Nayar, Gagandeep Singh Simble, Gaurav Pathak, Gautam Mittal, Ms. Geeta Sharma, Ms. Gehna Vaishnavi, Harneet Singh Oberoi, Jatinder Pal Singh, Karan Bhardwaj, Karan Kumar Jund, Kartik Gupta, Krishan Kumar Chahal, Kushagra Mahajan, Manish Dadwal, Ms. Mansi Bansal, Mrs. Monica Chawla, Ms. Neha Sharma, Nimerpreet S. Sidhu, Pankaj Mulwani, Prateek Gupta, Prateek Mahajan, Pritpal Singh Miglani, Rajiv Verma, Rajneesh Kumar Shelly, Mrs. Rajni Narula, Randhir Bawa, Rohit Verma, Ms. Saigeeta Srivastava, Sandeep Bhatia, Satish Singla, Saurabh Goel, Saurabh Mago, Shobit Phutela, Ms. Shweta Nahata, Mrs. Sonia Sharma, Ms. Tanvi Jain, Udit Garg, Umesh P. Wadhwani, Vaneet Mittal, Varinder Singh Chandhok, Varun Issar, Vikrant Pamboo, Vineet Kumar, Vinok K. Kaushal, Yatin Gupta.

May 19 2017

Modi Government enhanced the prestige of India

Chandigarh May 19, 2017. Sh. Satya Pal Jain, Ex. BJP MP, Additional Solicitor General of India and a member of the Law Commission of India has said that Central Government under the able leadership of Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi, by his strong will power, has enhanced the prestige of India in the whole world. He said that the action of Surgical Strike by the Modi Government was a befitting reply to the War Polices of the Pakistan Government and the recent Judgment of the International Court of Justice in Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case has exposed Pakistan on all world forums and has given a befitting diplomatic blow, making Pakistan realise its diplomatic failure. He said that such type of bold decisions taken by Sh. Narendra Modi has made every Indian, wherever he is in the entire world, to raise his head high with pride.Satya Pal Jain being honoured at the Guga Mari Peer Temple in Sector 36

            Sh. Jain was addressing a religious gathering in Guga Mari Peer Temple in Sector 36 Chandigarh yesterday in its function as a Chief Guest. Mahant Jai Kishan Mahant of the temple, Smt. Surindra Devi, its Manager and Sh. Kewal Krishan Adiwal, former Mayor of Chandigarh honoured Sh. Jain by presenting him a momento and a shawl.

                  Sh. Jain said that the present Central Government of Sh. Narendra Modi has full faith in Indian culture, Indian religions, Indians values and Indian ethos. He said that Sh. Modi is the first Prime Minister of India who observes fast on religious functions including Navaratras, who visits and performs Pooja in all religious temples, who participates in Ganga Aarti and who has the courage of making a Yogi in saffron cloths to be the first Chief Minister of the biggest state of India.

Jan 03 2017

Government of India appoints Standing Counsels in District Courts of Punjab

Chandigarh January 3, 2017.  Sh. Satya Pal Jain, Additional Solicitor General of India, Member of Law Commission and Former City MP, today said that the Government of India has appointed 89 Advocates as Standing Counsels and Additional Standing Counsels in various Districts and Subordinates Courts in the State of Punjab.

Giving this information Sh. Jain said that these counsels shall be conducting the litigation of the Central Government (except cases of Railways, Ministry and income Tax Department) in various District Courts in Punjab.  This panel will be valid for three years.
order-dated-28-12-2016    Mr. Jain said these lawyers shall be entitled to the fees for conducting the cases of Government of India from different Departments as per the rate fixed by the Government of India in 2015.

The list is as under:-
Amritsar – Navjeevan Sharma, Umesh Kumar Gaind, Vijayant Khanna, Sanjeev Kumar, Rajinder Joshi, Sanjay Aggarwal, Raman Aggarwal, Anil Kumar Sharma, Preeti Mohan Taneja, Mangal Singh;

Barnala – Abhey Kumar Jindal, Deepak Rai;

Bathinda – Rajinder Parshad Sharma, Chander Mohan, Dinesh Kumar, Mithu Ram Gupta, Aditya Mittal;

Faridkot – Harpartap Singh, Gagandeep Singh Sukhija, Dildeep Singh, Jaskirat Singh, Ashok Kumar, Anuj Gupta;

Fatehgarh Sahib – Subhas Chandra Lutava, Gaurav Garg, Narinder Kumar, Ashok Kumar;

Fazilka – Sushil Kumar Gumber, Anil Kamra;

Ferozepur – Mukesh Goyal, Iqbal Dass Bawa, Gourav Kumar, Sahil Gupta;

Gurdaspur – Parmiknder Singh Ghumman, Varun Gosain, Jasvinder Singh;

Hoshiarpur – Munish Kumar Ralhan, Ajay Gupta, Sandeep Kumar, Rohit Kumar Sawraj;

Jalandhar – Raj Kumar Bhalla, Karan Kalia, Harsh V. Kohli, Sumit Kaushal, J.L. Naagar, Surinder Mohan, Bharat Bhushan, Ravish Malhotra, Vikas Bhardwaj, Rajesh Kumar, Sanjeev Kamboj, Amit Singh Sandha, Jaswant Singh, Gurvinder Paul Singh Rana;

Kapurthala – Inderjit Kumar;

Ludhiana – Rakesh Bhatia, Vivek Bhardwaj, Darshan Kumar Gupta, Amrit Singh, Kamal Gupta, Rupila Mohini;

Mansa – Suraj Kumar Chhabra;

Moga – Varinder Kumar, Samir Gupta;

S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali)  – Puneet Chauhan, Geetanjali Bali, Manish Joshi, Neeru Thareja, Yogesh Goyal;

S.B.S. Nagar (Nawashahar) – Dhiraj Sehjpal, Nipun Bhala, Dinesh Bhardwaj;

Pathankot – Rajdeep Singh, Ms. Neel Kamal;

Patiala – Sanjay Garg, Bikram Jit Passey, Aditya Gupta, Naresh Kumar, Rakesh Kumar, Rupinder Kaur, Bansal Jonny Dunichand, Kamal Deep Sharma, Satpal Sharma, Vishavdeep Gupta, Rajesh Goyal;

Ropar/Roopnagar – Manish Dharmani, Sachin Kaushal;

Sangrur – Surjit Singh Randhawa.

Dec 18 2016

भाजपा को मिले जनसमर्थन का श्रेय श्री नरेन्द्र मोदी की सरकार की नीतियों को

चंडीगढ़ 18 दिसम्बर, 2016, चण्डीगढ़ के पूर्व सांसद, भारत सरकार के अपर महासालिसिटर एवं राष्ट्रीय विधि आयोग के सदस्य श्री सत्य पाल जैन ने आज प्रातः नगर निगम चुनाव में वार्ड नं0 2 में अपने परिवार के सदस्यों के साथ मतदान किया और श्री जैन ने लाईन में लगकर अपना वोट डाला। उसके बाद वह शहर के पार्टी उम्मीदवारों के चुनाव के सम्बंध में विभिन्न मतदान केन्दों पर गये। बाद में श्री जैन ने नगर का दौरा करने के बाद दावा किया कि भारतीय जनता पार्टी इस चुनाव में स्पष्ट बहुमत प्राप्त करेगी।

Satya Pal Jain with his daughter-in-law after casting his vote in MC election
उन्होंने कहा कि चंडीगढ़ की जनता को प्रधानमंत्री श्री नरेन्द्र मोदी जी की नीतियों में पूर्ण विष्वास है तथा लोगों ने आज भारी तादात में आगे आकर भारतीय जनता पार्टी एवं श्री नरेन्द्र मोदी जी के पक्ष में मतदान किया है तथा उन्हें अपना भरपूर समर्थन दिया है।

उन्होंने कहा कि भारतीय जनता पार्टी के प्रत्याषियों को मिले भरपूर जनसमर्थन का पूरा श्रेय श्री नरेन्द्र मोदी जी की सरकार द्वारा आम आदमी के पक्ष में लिये गये निर्णयों का जाता है।

Nov 06 2016

Delegation of Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organisation allottees meet Governor

Chandigarh November 6, 2016. A delegation of the Group Co-operative Housing Societies met Sh. V. P. Singh Badnore, the Governor of Punjab and Administrator of Chandigarh, at Punjab Raj Bhavan last evening and submitted him a Memorandum demanding that the Administration should not change the Stamp Duty again on the transfer of flats in the name of original allottees by the Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organisation because the stamp duty has already been paid on the transfer of the entire land on which these flats were constructed, at the time when this land was sold to the society. The delegation was led by Sh. Davesh Moudgil. Sr. Deputy Mayor and consisted of Sh. K. S. Dhaliwal, Sh. V.K. Bansal, Sh. V.P. Saini, Sh. U.K. Bassi, Sh. P.J. S. Bhamra.

Delegation of Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organisation allottees meet Governor
Sh. Satya Pal Jain, Additional Solicitor General of India was also present in this meeting.

Sh. Davesh Moudgil. Sr. Deputy Mayor told the media persons outside Punjab Raj Bhavan that the Administrator gave them a very patient hearing and assured them that he will get the issue examined by the officers of the local Administration.

Oct 28 2016

Satya Pal Jain – from Youngest to the Senior Most Member of the Panjab University Senate

Chandigarh October 28, 2016. Sh. Satya Pal Jain, Ex City MP, Additional Solicitor General of India and a Member of the Law Commission of India has expressed his gratitude to Sh. Hamid Ansari, Vice-President of India & Chancellor Panjab University Chandigarh and Prof. Arun Grover, the Vice Chancellor of the University for re-nominating him as a member of the Panjab University Senate. This will be his 10th term on the Panjab University Senate.

Satya Pal Jain
Interestingly, in 1975, when Emergency was declared in India, Mr. Jain was denied admission in the Department of Law by the University inspite of his name being in the merit list and he was detained in Burail Jail for about 1 year.

Later during emergency itself, Sh. Jain was elected to the Panjab University Senate for the first time in 1976 from the Graduates Constituency at the young age of 24. He was re-elected from the same constituency in 1980, 1984 and 1988. After that, he was nominated as a member of the Senate by the last 3 Vice Presidents of India, Sarvshri K. R. Narayanan, Sh. Krishan Kant, Sh. Bhairon Singh Shekhawat and now by Sh. Hamid Ansari, continuously and in a row in 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012 and now in 2016.

Interestingly, Sh. Jain who entered the house as the youngest Member in the Senate in 1976 and a person who was denied even admission to the Law Department in 1975, has today become, from the tenure point of view, the Senior Most Member of the House, being the only member out of the entire present house, having a 10th term to his credit.

A large member of people, including party workers, today visited Sh. Jain’s residence to congratulate him on his re-nomination to the Panjab University Senate.

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