Orissa High Court Bar Association on Monday intensified its agitation against promotion of lawyers, who are not regular practitioners of High Court to the post of Judge.
The association members are peeved over recommendation of the name of a lawyer, who has filed four cases in the Orissa High Court in the last five years, for elevation to the judge post.
N Vasundhara,B Bhaskara Rao and G Srinivasa Rao are in the fray for president posts. Saibaba and Nageswara Rao are in the fray for general secretary post.
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The association has requested the full court of the SC to take necessary steps, as may be required by law, in such cases.
Advocates of Bezawada Bar Association (BBA) on Thursday expressed concern over the custodial death of an unidentified youth at Nunna Police Station on Tuesday.
A team of HC judges along with Justice TB Radhakrishnan inspected the progress of the temporary HC complex at Amaravati and expressed satisfaction.
Members of different political parties extend support to the demand.
They are on cease-work over High Court bench demand on September 5.
The move was a cause of inconvenience to thousands who came to the court complex in Suryaraopet on the day and some even requested judges for postponement of hearings.
The advocate association is demanding proper facilities for the shifting of the Andhra Pradesh High Court to Amravati.
The agitators stopped Bhawanipatna-Raipur DMU from 7 am to 8.30 am.
The lawyers have resorted to cease-work, paralysing functioning of all the courts since September 5 to press their demand.
On Thursday, the association representatives convened a governing body meeting and discussed the future course of action to be adopted following the circular issued by the High Court.
The lawyers will join the courts from Thursday, Bar Association president Srikant Nayak said.
The lawyers have been agitating over the demand and paralysing functioning of courts since September 5.