Saturday, December 14, 2019

Posted at: Nov 15, 2019, 6:42 AM; last updated: Nov 15, 2019, 6:42 AM (IST)

Police resume work at Tis Hazari court

New Delhi, November 14

The Delhi Police today resumed duty to look after the security at the Tis Hazari court premises after a gap of about two weeks following clashes with lawyers even as advocates continued to boycott work.

Amidst apprehensions of a hostile environment, about 20 police personnel resumed work wearing civil dress instead of the uniform.

Lawyers in all the six district courts in the national capital continued to boycott work completely on Thursday to protest against the clash at Tis Hazari court in early November, with proxy counsels appearing in courts to take dates in matters and assist the litigants.  Hundreds of advocates marched on the streets near the Saket court, raising "We want justice" slogan. — PTI


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