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Bar Asso takes out protest rally from High Court to DC office, CAT
8/5/2022 11:41:01 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Aug 5: Continuing it’s ongoing protest, The J&K High Court Bar Association, Jammu, under the leadership of President M.K. Bhardwaj, Sr. Advocate, again held a rally from High Court to Deputy Commissioner Office, Jammu as well as Central Administrative Tribunal, Jammu the members were holding national Flags in their hands reached the protest site in huge number, the police gathered in large number barricaded the outer gate of Deputy Commissioner Office, the Advocates raised slogans in favour of their demands and sat on spot of Dharna today on 5th of August 2022.
The lawyers’ are protesting for its long pending demand of construction of multi storey building for housing all the judicial work i.e. Registration work, CAT, DRT, AFT and other Tribunals within the court premises.
The lawyers’ community has resolved to keep their protest going on till the redressal of their grievances. BAR members held protest demonstration in the Court complex as well as in various parts of Jammu city in support of their demands.
M.K. Bhardwaj apprised the media persons about the positioning of Central Administrative Tribunal where in it is not only difficult for the advocates but also for the litigants as there is no proper place for Parking, no place for advocates waiting hall and no proper infrastructure. Further urged upon the U.T.
Administration to resolve the demands / issues put forth by the Bar Association without further delay. He said due to the wrong policies of the U.T. Government the members of the Bar Association as well as general public are facing lot of difficulties and problems due to non fulfillment of the above mentioned demands.
S. Mohinder Pal Singh Palli, Vice President JKHCBAJ warned the U.T. Government not to adopt delaying tactics in resolving the genuine demands of the Bar Association, as the Bar is protesting for their demands since long but the U.T. Government is not awakening from deep slumber.
Surjeet Singh Andotra, General Secretary while addressing the members of the Bar Association has said that we should be ready for long battle if our demands are not fulfilled / resolved by the Government.
The Bar members today on 5th of August also abstained from work in all the Courts including the Hon’ble High Court, District Courts, Tribunals, all Revenue Courts & Commissions on account of the protest.
All the office bearers namely S. Mohinder Pal Singh Pali, Vice President, Mr. Surjeet Singh Andotra, General Secretary, Aditya Sharma, Joint Secretary, S. Amandeep Singh, Treasurer, Mr. Rohit Sharma (YLA President), S. Gagandeep Singh Lucky (YLA Vice President), Mr. Yaseer Farooq Khan (YLA General Secretary), S. Karanjeet Singh Johal Joint Secretary (YLA), Mr. Naresh Kumar Treasurer (YLA), besides many senior & young lawyers participated in the protest. The legal fraternity appealed U.T. Government to redress their grievances expeditiously and don’t force lawyers to go on indefinite strike.
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