Delhi Rohini Firing: Lawyers’ organizations demanded a probe into the firing incident at Delhi’s Rohini court on Friday and called for a boycott of work on Saturday demanding a re-examination of security arrangements in all seven district court complexes in the national capital. did. Three people including a gangster have been killed in this incident. At the same time, the Chief Justice of India has expressed deep concern over the incident in Rohini Court premises.
Expressing deep concern over the incident in Rohini court complex, the Chief Justice of India (CJI) spoke to the Chief Justice of Delhi High Court regarding this and advised him to talk to the police and lawyers’ body and ensure that that the working of the court is not affected. At the same time, in a statement issued by the Supreme Court, it has been said that the hearing is being done with the first cognizance of the safety of the courts and judges.
The Supreme Court said that the matter will be heard on priority next week in view of the incident. At the same time, the coordination committee of all district court bar associations in Delhi called for a boycott of work on Saturday and said that they will decide on the further steps in the meeting to be held on Monday. Delhi Bar Association president Sanjeev N termed the incident as unfortunate and said the police was “negligent” in discharging its duty. He said, ‘There is a need for a high level investigation to get to the bottom of this incident. This has put a question mark on security. How can someone bring a gun not only in the campus but also in the court room?’
Bar Council of Delhi President Rakesh Sehrawat said, “Nothing can be more shameful than what happened today.” He said that the bar organizations have requested the police to take action against those responsible for the security of the court premises. “We are going to meet the police commissioner tomorrow and apprise him of our concerns,” Sehrawat said. No one is safe including lawyers and judges. If steps are not taken for the safety of the people inside the court premises, we will extend our strike.