Telangana lawyers paralyse AP High Court

Telangana lawyers paralyse AP High Court

The Andhra Pradesh High Court was paralysed for the second consecutive day as pro-Telangana advocates went on a rampage to enforce a boycott call in support of an indefinite hunger strike by three lawyers demanding 42 per cent quota in judicial posts and resignation of Advocate General D. V. Seetharama Murthy.

In order to ensure that the judicial work did not take place, a large group of slogan-shouting advocates attacked two court halls presided by a Division Bench comprising Justices V. Eashwaraiah, Naushad Ali and Justice Nooty Rama Mohana Rao.

The vandalism occurred in spite of the presence of a huge police force that ringed the court complex.


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