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Ram Jethmalani, Sr. Advocate: I will appear free for ‘Poor’ Arvind Kejriwal, watch Video


Sr. Advocate Ram Jethmalani
Sr. Advocate Ram Jethmalani

Says he works free for his poor clients, which constitute 90 percent of them.

After the Delhi Governor Anil Baijal being questioned if the Delhi Govt. can foot the legal fee of the senior adv. Ram Jethmalani, the latter on Tuesday lashed out & said that he’d appear for free, considering him as ‘poor client.’

Jethmalani added that he collects his fees only from rich clients & works free for the poor ones, who constitute 90% of them.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had employed a no. of lawyers, including Jethmalani, in a defamation case filed against him by the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.

Ram Jethmalani had alone raised a bill of ₹3.42 Crore.

Video @ LatestLaws – Ram Jethmalani, Sr. Advocate calling Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal a Poor Client-

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  1. Kejrival case :
    Whether it is Kejrival’s case or of somebody else’s case, the time is over mature to impose drastic caps on the fees (money being sucked as leaches do)being collected by these Lawyers of all categories in Indian courts.Ram Jetmalani is the greediest such money leach for his clients as one can say.In the ensuing recomondation of law commission on Lawyers to the central Govt.,it should also recomond the slabs of” all in one” category of fees structure to be collected from the clients based on the average Indian standard of living for which reasonable scales are readily available with Govt.It is rather high time that such legislation is not so far brought to curb the present greediest phenomenon of all categories of lawyers in Indian courts especially in top courts to ease the financial tension of all categories of Indian clients for whom it has become a big burden

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