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Advocates intensify demand for seperate High Court

Advocates intensify demand for seperate High Court
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Members of the Notary, Advocates & Typists Welfare Association (NATWA) of City Civil Court, Marredpally, on Friday conducted a dharna in the court premises, demanding a separate High Court for Telangana State. They condemned the Central government’s attitude and opposed recruitments in judicial departments. They appealed to Telangana clients to approach Telangana advocates only.

The members are of the opinion that the recruitments scheduled to be held in March will be subject to bias and prejudice of top officials from Andhra Pradesh

Members of the Notary, Advocates & Typists Welfare Association (NATWA) of City Civil Court, Marredpally, on Friday conducted a dharna in the court premises, demanding a separate High Court for Telangana State. They condemned the Central government’s attitude and opposed recruitments in judicial departments. They appealed to Telangana clients to approach Telangana advocates only.

Ganji Yadagiri, advocate and president of the NATWA, said, “If recruitment takes place without the division of the High Court, candidates belonging to Telangana will not get jobs. Presently, most of the district judges are the Andhras.” Yadagiri said that the notification for recruitment of junior civil judges was issued in 2014 and the screening test was scheduled to be held in March.

Members of NATWA staging a dharna

“In the present set up, candidates from the State feel that they would not get jobs as officers from Andhra Pradesh were in top positions and would discriminate against Telangana employees. A conspiracy is being hatched by the Andhra officers to deny jobs to Telangana advocates.

We will fight till the recruitment process is stopped and a separate High Court Telangana is formed,” the advocate said. General secretary E Suresh, Kumaran, R Devadas, Krishna Murthy and others participated in the dharna and vowed to intensify their agitation if the ongoing recruitment was not stopped with immediate effect.

By:Ch Saibaba

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