The HC of Judicature at Hyderabad suspended 2 judges on disciplinary grounds following associate agitation against temporary allocation of judicial officers between Ap and Telangana.
Over one hundred judges beneath the banner of Telangana Judges Association had taken out a procession here in protest against this provisionary allocation of judges.
The court these days suspended Telangana Judges Association president K Ravinder Reddy, who is that the fourth additional metropolitan sessions judge, and its secretary V vara Prasad, a special sessions judge of Rangareddy district.
B Lakshma Reddy, All india Judicial employees Association’s general secretary aforementioned that non-bifurcation of the judicature (after the creation of Telangana) was the foundation cause of the matter.
“We have already issued a strike notice on varied problems from july 1,” -Lakshma Reddy
A member of Telangana Advocates Joint Action Committee aforementioned they will boycott the court duties at Court No one — court of the Acting justice — to protest the suspension.
Some a hundred twenty five judicial officers of Telangana yesterday gave their resignations to the Telangana Judges Association President, has kept him in front to hand them to the Governor (not immediately) as and once he felt right if the demands aren’t met.
Advocates associated judicial employees across Telangana launched an agitation on june 6 complaining the improper provisional allocation of judicial officers between AP and Telangana.
They are opposing allocation of judicial officers hailing from (post-bifurcation) Ap to Telangana courts.
Telangana Advocates JAC co-convener T Sriranga Rao had aforementioned yesterday that the allocation was done by the judicature while not taking into thought the rules which were framed by the High Court itself in february this year.
“We are seeking preparation of a contemporary list of allocation between the 2 states as per the native district declared by the judicial officers at the time of entry into service,” Rao said.