Chief Justice of India Dhananjay Chandrachud today assured the delegation representing the Gujarat High Court Advocates' Association (GHCAA) that the Supreme Court Collegium examining the objections raised by the Bar against the proposed transfer of Justice Nikhil Kariel. .CJI Chandrachud met the delegation of 7 lawyers representing the GHCAA for over 30 minutes in his chambers in the presence of two senior judges of the apex court, who are members of the Collegium - Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Mukesh R Shah."A detailed representation was made and the anguish and objections of the Bar against the transfer of Justice Nikhil Kariel were conveyed to the CJI," the delegation said in a statement issued after the meeting. .The CJI having heard the concerns of the Bar and assured the lawyers that their objections will be looked into. "The CJI has assured the representatives of the Bar that the issues raised would be duly examined but strongly conveyed that since such assurance has been given, the advocates should not abstain from work," the statement said.However, the GHCAA has not taken any call yet on ending the protests. "We are not calling off our strike as of now. It will be decided tomorrow (Tuesday) at the General Body meeting of Gujarat bar at 10 am where the collegium decision will be discussed," confirmed advocate Hardik Brahmbhatt, GHCAA Secretary..The GHCAA has been staging a protest since Thursday after the news regarding the transfer of Justice Nikhil Kariel to Patna High Court was reported by the media.A similar meeting is scheduled for 4 pm today with the representatives of the Telangana bar who have been protesting similar transfer of Justice A Abhishek Reddy to Patna High Court.