Over 2,000 police personnel protested for their demand for justice in the clashes with lawyers at Tis Hazari and later at Saket and Karkardooma courts.
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.
On Tuesday, Lt Governor Anil Baijal said it is imperative to restore the trust between police and lawyers and also to ensure that justice is done impartially in the entire matter.
The notice seeks immediate action against all the police personnel and officials who staged demonstration yesterday, saying that their action was in clear contravention to the rules.
Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal stated that advocates and police were important pillars of the criminal justice system who should work in complete harmony.
The families demanded justice and said they were “hurt” by the way policemen were beaten up by lawyers inside the court premises.
The stir was later called off after the protesters were assured that their demands would be considered.
Only one gate is open for the public, who are permitted to enter only if the lawyer they intend to meet personally comes out to take them in.
After receiving assurances from senior officers, the crowd dispersed after protesting for more than 11 hours.