In the wake of violent Rohini court shootout between gangsters, a lawyer has moved the Supreme Court seeking concrete steps for protection of the judicial officers, advocates and legal fraternity..Advocate Vishal Tiwari has filed an intervention application in the pending suo motu plea concerning judges safety which was initiated after a Jharkhand judge was killed while he was on his morning walk..Tiwari's plea cited similar such incidents from different courts across the country including Bijnor, Barwani, Amritsar and Hisar to contend that such violent incidents are not uncommon in lower judiciary.."Such incidents are not only threat to our Judicial officers, lawyers and people present in the court premises but it is also threat to our justice system. The court is a place where people are in the shelter of law but they fall victim in courts of unlawful Activities," the plea said..He, therefore, submitted that hardcore criminals/ dreaded gangsters should be produced virtually in courts instead of bringing them physically, and CCTV coverage in lower courts should be ramped up. Further, he also prayed that large mobs, who often accompany the litigants in cases, should not be allowed to gather in court premises.After the Rohini incident, Supreme Court is likely to take up the pending suo motu plea on priority next week.The Rohini court shootout of Friday had led to the death of three people including gangster Jitender Gogi.According to sources, the incident took place inside Courtroom number 207, where Gogi, an undertrial, was produced Friday morning while two men waited in the guise of lawyers. They were stated to have shot and killed him. The Delhi Police then opened fire in retaliation and killed the two assailants.