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Judicial activities suffer as lawyers boycott courts

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Judicial activities in were hampered today as lawyers including that of the High abstained from courts following a call given by State Bar Council.

Supporting the call of the Bar Council of India, the State Council decided to observe the day as All Protest Day in protest against the proposed Advocates' (Amendment) Bill-2017 as suggested by the Commission of



Staying away from their courts, the lawyers burnt the copies of the proposed bill in front of their respective courts in protest.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Judicial activities suffer as lawyers boycott courts

Judicial activities in Odisha were hampered today as lawyers including that of the High Court abstained from courts following a call given by Odisha State Bar Council. Supporting the call of the Bar Council of India, the State Council decided to observe the day as All India Protest Day in protest against the proposed Advocates' (Amendment) Bill-2017 as suggested by the Law Commission of India. Staying away from their courts, the lawyers burnt the copies of the proposed bill in front of their respective courts in protest. Judicial activities in were hampered today as lawyers including that of the High abstained from courts following a call given by State Bar Council.

Supporting the call of the Bar Council of India, the State Council decided to observe the day as All Protest Day in protest against the proposed Advocates' (Amendment) Bill-2017 as suggested by the Commission of

Staying away from their courts, the lawyers burnt the copies of the proposed bill in front of their respective courts in protest.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Judicial activities suffer as lawyers boycott courts

Judicial activities in were hampered today as lawyers including that of the High abstained from courts following a call given by State Bar Council.

Supporting the call of the Bar Council of India, the State Council decided to observe the day as All Protest Day in protest against the proposed Advocates' (Amendment) Bill-2017 as suggested by the Commission of

Staying away from their courts, the lawyers burnt the copies of the proposed bill in front of their respective courts in protest.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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