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Mizoram CM condemns attack on court buildings

Chief Minister today strongly condemned the attack on buildings in south Mizoram's Lunglei district and ransacking of the official residence of a judicial magistrate by a mob yesterday.

He said the withdrawal of all the judges from Lunglei district by the Gauhati High would have adverse effects on the people of the district and the state government was helpless as the courts are functioning under the high court.

Meanwhile, Bar Association (MBA) of Lunglei also condemned the act and said that it would stop working indefinitely in protest against the attack on the judiciary.

The MBA said the mob not only attacked the district buildings but also ransacked the official residence of the judicial officer.

The lawyers demanded that the local people of Zohnuai locality should pay for the cost of the damages done to the buildings and the residence of the judicial officer while also demanding that those responsible for the mob violence should be brought to book.

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Mizoram CM condemns attack on court buildings

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Chief Minister today strongly condemned the attack on buildings in south Mizoram's Lunglei district and ransacking of the official residence of a judicial magistrate by a mob yesterday.

He said the withdrawal of all the judges from Lunglei district by the Gauhati High would have adverse effects on the people of the district and the state government was helpless as the courts are functioning under the high court.



Meanwhile, Bar Association (MBA) of Lunglei also condemned the act and said that it would stop working indefinitely in protest against the attack on the judiciary.

The MBA said the mob not only attacked the district buildings but also ransacked the official residence of the judicial officer.

The lawyers demanded that the local people of Zohnuai locality should pay for the cost of the damages done to the buildings and the residence of the judicial officer while also demanding that those responsible for the mob violence should be brought to book.

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

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Mizoram CM condemns attack on court buildings

Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla today strongly condemned the attack on court buildings in south Mizoram's Lunglei district and ransacking of the official residence of a judicial magistrate by a mob yesterday. He said the withdrawal of all the judges from Lunglei district by the Gauhati High Court would have adverse effects on the people of the district and the state government was helpless as the courts are functioning under the high court. Meanwhile, Mizoram Bar Association (MBA) of Lunglei also condemned the act and said that it would stop working indefinitely in protest against the attack on the judiciary. The MBA said the mob not only attacked the district court buildings but also ransacked the official residence of the judicial officer. The lawyers demanded that the local people of Zohnuai locality should pay for the cost of the damages done to the court buildings and the residence of the judicial officer while also demanding that those responsible for the mob violence ... Chief Minister today strongly condemned the attack on buildings in south Mizoram's Lunglei district and ransacking of the official residence of a judicial magistrate by a mob yesterday.

He said the withdrawal of all the judges from Lunglei district by the Gauhati High would have adverse effects on the people of the district and the state government was helpless as the courts are functioning under the high court.

Meanwhile, Bar Association (MBA) of Lunglei also condemned the act and said that it would stop working indefinitely in protest against the attack on the judiciary.

The MBA said the mob not only attacked the district buildings but also ransacked the official residence of the judicial officer.

The lawyers demanded that the local people of Zohnuai locality should pay for the cost of the damages done to the buildings and the residence of the judicial officer while also demanding that those responsible for the mob violence should be brought to book.

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

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