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PIL on Advocates Protection Act, boycott of judicial work heard
Jaipur: Hearing on PIL regarding Advocates Protection Act was held in division bench of acting CJ MM Srivastava and Justice Anil Upman. The court issued notices to the Bar Council of India, Bar Council of Rajasthan, the State & Central govts. The court gave 2 weeks time to the State & Central govts to present their replies in the matter.
Hearing on HC’s suo motu cognizance PIL on boycott of judicial work, division bench comprising Justices MM Srivastava & Vijay Vishnoi, expressed displeasure over boycott. Citing Harish Uppal case, court said, “Advocates cannot boycott work as directed by SC.” BCI Chairman Manan Mishra said, “I will try to resolve issue by talking to all Bar associations & would need two-three days’ time.” Next hearing will be held on March 9.