Lawyers of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to boycott High Court today


HYDERABAD: On Friday advocates belonging to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana practising in Hyderabad high court have decided to boycott work at high court. On Thursday the Andhra Pradesh High Court Advocates Association determined to abstain from work to articulate their harmony to the boycott call given by various districts bar associations in AP demanding particular category status for AP. C Nageswara Rao, president of the association, conveyed that bulk of advocates of AP are of the opinion that the NDA administration at the Centre has been denying the people of AP their due in an unethical manner.

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On Friday the Telangana High Court Advocates Association has resolved to boycott high court protesting next to the action of the court in issuing contempt proceedings alongside 13 advocates. The advocates had supposedly spoiled in high-handed behaviour throughout the current demonstration of the advocates demanding separate high court for Telangana. Gandra Mohan Rao, president of the association, has also further conveyed that, all bar associations in the states would also boycott lower courts in the state.

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