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The Supreme Court on Friday issued notice to the Andhra Pradesh government and the Telangana Rashtra Samithi ( TRS) on a petition complaining that normal activities in the state have come to a standstill due to the Telangana agitation.

An supreme court bench headed by Justice G.S. Singhvi also issued notice to the registrar general of the state high court and the Andhra Pradesh Bar Council on the petitioner’s allegation that judicial activities have been adversely affected by the protests.

The court sought a report by the high court on the disruption of judicial work in the state in the wake of an agitation by a section of lawyers.

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The citizen is entitled to know what report High Court of AP was sent to the apex court as the party in person himself is a witness into hooliganism in the Court by the lawyers of the Hon’ble Court complex at Hyderabad. The lawyers broke down the furniture and hit the persons who protested. They (lawyers) also did not allow any of the willing lawyers to enter the court premises. Moreover the Police of the State had facilitated the unruly lawyers with the seating arrangements. A number of lawyers though interested to represent their clients, were not allowed inside. Whoever… Read more »