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AAP volunteers protesting in Jammu in support of the Bar Association.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Aug 29: Aam Aadmi party on Monday extended its support for the Jammu bandh appeal by Jammu Bar Association and called their demand genuine and in the public interest.
Jammu Bandh’s appeal was made by the Bar Association as part of their continued agitation with the demand to set up all allied judicial institutions like CAT, Armed Forces Tribunal under one roof at the compound of the High Court of Janipur.
The bandh’s call in Jammu also elicited a response from members of civil society as the Aam Aadmi party had already announced that it would support the call.
As part of the bandh appeal on Monday, PAA volunteers organized a protest dharna in Jammu, led by the legal wing of the party, while volunteers from across the region participated in the protest dharna.
Speaking to a reporter, Lawyer Sareen from the legal wing of the Aam Aadmi party said the government’s response to this turmoil from the legal fraternity is astonishing and shows that the government is taking all sections of society very far. .
“Are the lawyers demanding anything illegal or out of the ordinary?” Lawyer Sareen asked adding that lawyers only demand things that are in the public interest.
Lawyers are protesting for the use of available land in the Jammu Janipur High Court complex and for the construction of a multi-storey building where all allied wings of the judiciary can also be established including the Court of Forces armies, CAT.
“It is astonishing that the government’s response to this unrest is so emphatic, which can be gauged by the fact that only the divisional commissioner has met with the protesting lawyers and there is no response from the administration. LG.” said lawyer Sareen.

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