The lawyers greeted the people coming to the Saket court with flowers on Thursday, even as the dispute between lawyers and police continues.
The Saket Court opened its doors to the public today, although the lawyers have said that they will continue to protest against the police.
This comes after the common people, who had dates and hearings pending at the Saket court expressed their displeasure with the ongoing lawyers' protest at the court complex on Wednesday, as the protesting lawyers stopped them from entering the court premises.
A clash had broken out on November 2 between lawyers and cops over an alleged parking issue at Tis Hazari court in which several police officials and lawyers were injured.
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