STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Over a month long strike called by J&K High Court Bar Association Jammu is likely to end on Monday, if the administration agrees to post executive officers, assigned registrations of revenue documents, in the court complexes.
Sources told STATE TIMES
that a formal decision in this regard is expected in the morning after the
general house of the BAJ meets under its President Advocate Abhinav Sharma. The
association has been resenting registration powers to executive officers and
shifting of High Court from Janipur to Raika since November 1, 2019.
The sources further added
that though the government is unlikely to succumb to the demands of lawyers yet
efforts are underway on political level to seek end to the stalemate that has
been causing enormous difficulties to the litigant public.
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