Lawyers strike work in Jammu
Jammu: Lawyers boycotted courts in Jammu
for the second consecutive day on Monday to protest transfer of
land registration work from judiciary to Revenue department.
The call for the two-day strike, which began yesterday,
was given by the Jammu Bar Association.
Lawyers, both of the High Court and lower courts, struck
work protesting transfer of land registration work from the
judiciary to the Revenue department.
They were also protesting against the diversion of quota
for lawyers in the direct recruitment to higher judicial
services, the Jammu Bar Association said.
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