Lawyers at all the six district courts in the national capital boycotted work for the 5th consecutive day on Friday.
The observation from the bench came when Bar Council of India chairman Manan Mishra complained against alleged police brutality in the November 2 incident.
The apex bar body alleged that the policemen remained 'absent from duty, shouted slogans, used filthy language' and threatened to 'smash and kill lawyers' openly.
As per the process, advocate members of the Bar Associations affiliated to the Council elect 25 members for a five-year term.
BCI chairman, Manan Kumar Mishra, in a strongly worded letter said that sparing such rowdy elements would end up tarnishing the image of the institution.
The bar associations have opposed the application, saying that police was seeking the relief to harass the lawyers.
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The BCI called as meaningless and without any legal basis, the resolution put out by Bar associations on Monday, which said that they would go on an indefinite strike.
Even though his forte was criminal law, Jethmalani had appeared in many high profile civil cases and shot to limelight with his appearance in the sensational Nanavati case in 1959, it said.
They demanded the authorities concerned to drop the proposal in the interest of advocates’ community and litigants.
The new version of the Higher Education Commission of India (HECI) Bill proposes a bigger, common regulator that will govern all areas of higher education barring medicine.
BCI chairman Manan Kumar Mishra, in a press release, said the restriction will not apply for any national law university if proposed by any State government, if that State had no varsity before.
The petition said their safety and security ought to be made the "first priority" in the legal profession where gender disparity cannot be "overlooked".
A bench, comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices Deepak Gupta and Aniruddha Bose, however, asked the Art of Learning Foundation and Kirti Ahuja, the petitioners, to approach BCI.
As majority of the advocates supported the decision taken by the Advocates’ Association of Bengaluru (AAB) to support the BCI, court proceedings were affected severely.
The counsel for the Jammu High Court Bar Association submitted that there was no support from the Association to the lawyers’ protest in the Kathua case.