The Bar Association of Punjab and Haryana High Court has suspended its agitation against setting up of the State Service Tribunal and will resume work from tomorrow.
During the proceedings of the case titled "Court on its own motion v. State of Haryana", the Bar today submitted in the court that the General House meeting of the Bar Association, which convened this morning, had decided that "the agitation shall remain suspended and the work shall resume from tomorrow i.e. 17.08.2019."
The lawyers at the high court had been denying entry to litigants in the premises of the high court despite their having a valid entry pass, while protesting against the constitution of the Haryana Administrative Tribunal. In this regard, the state government had appointed a Committee to consider the legality, viability and workability of the Tribunal.
During the proceedings of the case on August 14, the President of the Bar had undertaken to cease from obstructing entry of litigants with valid entry pass.
In view of suspension of agitation, the full bench of the high court, comprised by Chief Justice Krishna Murari, Justice Rajiv Sharma and Justice Rakesh Kumar Jain, adjourned the proceedings of the case sine die to await the report of the Committee constituted by the State Government vide its order dated 12.08.2019.
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