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JAMMU: The agitation of lawyers practicing in Jammu wing of J&K High Court and Subordinate Courts completed 63 days on Thursday. The Lawyers held a Dharna in Janipura Court complex. The lawyers Action Committee has been carrying ahead the agitation since October 15, 2020 in protest against continued closure of their entry into High Court completely and partially in Subordinate Courts besides no entry of public since March 2020 and on few other issues.The 8-point demand charter of lawyers included, opening of all courts for physical entry to lawyers and public, resume physical hearing, accepting hard copies of cases, opening locked Bar Rooms of lawyers, providing stamp papers and tickets within court premises through stamp vendors, immediate opening of Consumer Courts, shifting back Registry of Documents to Judicial Officers, withdrawing contempt initiated against some lawyers and Holding immediate election to the J&K Bar Council.The advocates who participated in Dharna included J A Kazmi (former vice president), O P Sharma, K K Pangotra, H C Jalmeria Convener of Action Committee, C S Gupta (Former Secretary Jammu Bar), Vinod Abrol, B R Sharma (Former Vice President Jammu Bar), Kulbhushan Sajgotra, S C Mansotra, Shah Mohd Choudhary, Ajay Abrol, Subodh Singh Jamwal, Khalid Mustafa Bhatti, Sandeep Gupta, Parveen Kapahi, K S Parihar, Ashwani Khajuria, Jaswinder Singh, R S Dursuwal, Manohar Gupta, K S Chib, Narinder Sharma, Amit Gupta, Sanjay, Manohar Lal, S K Rao, Arvind Jalmeria, Beauty Pandita, Gurvinder Kour, Ashish Kant Sharma, Leena Devi, Adi Shaibaz, Mulkh Raj, Ashwani Kumar, Arjun Manhas, Ajay Singh Manhas, Naresh Kumar and Atul Raina.
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