Tis Hazari dispute: Lawyers will be on strike in Uttar Pradesh today
Tis Hazari dispute: Lawyers will be on strike in Uttar Pradesh today

Meerut: Advocates from all over the state are going on strike on Friday i.e. on Friday on the call of Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh Prayagraj in protest against the lathi charge on lawyers in Tis Hazari Court of Delhi. At the same time, compensation of Rs 10 lakh to the lawyers injured in the lathi-charge, the demand to punish the guilty policemen after completing the investigation in three months has been included prominently. At the same time, the Bar Council has shown anger over the assassination and attack of lawyers across the state and in all districts and tehsils, the lawyers will send a memorandum to the Chief Minister through DM-SDM and are going to celebrate the protest day.

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General Secretary of Meerut Bar Association, Nareshdutt Sharma told that "The Bar Council of UP has expressed anger over the murder of Mukesh Sharma in Meerut, Satyendra Singh Sisodia in Kanpur, Nutan Yadav in Etah. The beating of lawyers has also been condemned at Tis Hazari Court Delhi on 2 November. In this regard, lawyers in all the districts of UP including Meerut will be on strike today i.e. on Friday and will give a seven-point memorandum. "Let me tell you that the meeting of Meerut Bar Chairman Mangram and Managing Committee took place on Friday and the outline of how to make the striking success in it.

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At the same time, public interest litigation has been filed in the Supreme Court regarding the protests by Delhi Policemen after the ongoing tussle between the Delhi Police and the lawyers and this petition has been filed by a lawyer. At the same time, the petition has demanded an SIT investigation of the entire controversy and demand has also been made to register an FIR against the protesting policemen. With this, the Delhi High Court has already ordered a judicial inquiry into the matter.

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