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Members of the Jammu Bar Association office during a press conference on Saturday. —Excelsior/Rakesh

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Mar 5: J&K High Court Bar Association, Jammu today screened various issues regarding legal fraternity and appealed to Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to address the same as a matter of priority.
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Speaking at a press conference here today, MK Bhardwaj, Senior Barrister and Chairman of J&K High Court Bar Association (JKHCBA), Jammu, There is an urgent need for a multi-storey building in the Janipur court complex to to house various tribunals, commissions and Sub Registrars Court as there is plenty of space available alongside the already existing Court buildings.
Bhardwaj also spoke about the unwarranted incidents regarding the legal fraternity and recent incidents of senior police leadership against members of the legal fraternity at the behest of the vested interest. He condemned the attitude and behavior of the police and warned that if the police officers concerned did not change their attitude and behavior when dealing with lawyers/members of the Bar Association as well as the general public , the legal fraternity would be left with no choice but to adopt the mode of agitation against errant policemen.
The Bar Association President said he recently met with the Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), Mukesh Singh, and held a threadbare meeting in this regard. He said the ADGP has suggested joint interaction with the police and lawyers to guide them on how to deal with lawyers and the general public in the police station as well as on the roads.
Those present at the press conference were MP Singh Palli (Vice Chairman, JKHCBA Jammu), Surjeet Singh Andotra (General Secretary), Aditya Sharma (Deputy Secretary), Amandeep Singh (Treasurer) and many others.

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