Subba Reddy meets Chief Justice

BANGALORE: Even as the indefinite boycott of court proceedings by advocates continued, president of the Bangalore Bar Association K N Subba Reddy met Chief Justice of the High Court Vikramajit

Published: 17th March 2012 02:50 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:36 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Even as the indefinite boycott of court proceedings by advocates continued, president of the Bangalore Bar Association K N Subba Reddy met Chief Justice of the High Court Vikramajit Sen on Friday and told him that in connection with the March 2 violence at the City Civil Court, the advocates had passed a resolution to take out a ‘Vidhana Soudha chalo’ on March 20 if the government failed to meet their demands before March 19.

Advocates from the entire state would be taking partin protest march, he told the CJ, and added that their strike would continue till then.

The advocates demanded shifting of DG&IGP Shankar Bidari and Bangalore Police Commissioner B G Jyothi Prakash Mirji and the resignation of the home minister. The CJ, however, said the judges were not involved in this issue and “nothing you said is connected with us.”

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