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JAMMU: For highlighting the demands of lawyers, the Action Committee of Advocates constituted by practicing advocates in High Court and Subordinate Courts in Jammu held a Dharna in Janipur Court on Friday.The participating lawyers were protesting against closure of entry for lawyers and general public to High Court and Subordinate Courts in Jammu besides many other issues.During the protest the lawyers raised slogans in support of their demands.The main demands of lawyers included opening of all courts for physical entry to lawyers and public, resuming physical hearing, accepting hard copies of cases, opening of locked Bar Rooms of lawyers, providing stamp papers and tickets within court premises through stamp vendors, opening of Consumer Courts, shifting back Registry of Documents to Judicial Officers, withdrawing contempt initiated against the lawyers, holding immediate election to J&K Bar Council etc.Eminent lawyers who participated in the Dharna included J A Kazmi (former vice president), H C Jalmeria, Babu Ram Sharma, Sat Pal Sharma (from Poonch Bar), Kuldip Singh Parihar, Suresh Sharma (Former vice president), Subodh Jamwal, Ravinder Sharma, Rajinder Singh Jamwal, Manohar Gupta, Ashwani Khajuria, Meharban Singh, Surjit Singh Andotra, Sheikh Aleem, Umesh Sharma, Baldev Singh, Amit Gupta, Kunal Chib, Vishal Abrol, Atul Raina, Divya Ishan, Bhavishya Sudan, Sanjeev Bhandari, Arjun Singh Manhas, Narinder Sharma, Leena Devi, Amzi Arthur John and Gourav Sharma.
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