In a show cause notice dated November 25, 2022 sent to Aloor and his five associate lawyers, the BCK said that it learned through various media reports that Aloor violated the Bar Council of India Rules by creating dramatic scenes in the court by appearing without a vakalat or even without the authorization of the accused and obstructed court proceedings by creating a scene in front of judges, public and advocates.
“Please note that Rule 36 sets out wholesome rules of professional misconduct. By your such act and conduct, you have blemished the dignity of the noble profession,” the show cause notice said.
The BCK, therefore, sought an explanation from Aloor within two weeks as to why disciplinary proceedings should not be taken against him for professional and other misconduct.
Apart from Aloor, the other lawyers to whom the notice has been issued are Prasant KP, Anuraj S, Krishnenthu Suresh, Vishnu Dileep and Mohammed Ameer.