Village court opposed going to tehsils
Decision taken in the general meeting of Hapur to postpone the strike
Samvad News Agency
colony. The 31-day long lawyers’ strike over the Hapur incident ended on Saturday. However, due to the protest by the Gram Nyayalaya, work in the courts remained affected on Saturday also. Now work will become normal from October 3.
Civil Bar Association President Ajay Pratap Singh said that in the general meeting of advocate organizations held in Hapur, the government has sought time to resolve the problems in 15 days. Told that it has been announced in the general meeting to withdraw the strike. Advocates will return to work normally from October 3.
The Chairman expressed his gratitude to all the advocate organizations and employees who cooperated in the strike. After the meeting in the Civil Bar Association, the advocates demonstrated against going to the Gram Nyayalaya tehsils. Devvrat Upadhyay, Ramapati Pandey, Krishna Mohan Upadhyay, Arvind Narayan Pandey, Ratnesh Kumar Pandey, Bhupesh Kumar Shukla, Dayashankar Dubey etc. were present on this occasion.