The Telangana High Court Advocates' Association (THCAA), which has been protesting against the proposed transfer of Justice A Abhishek Reddy to Patna High Court, has decided to end its strike and resume work after Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud assured that their representation against Justice Reddy's transfer will be examined. .Advocate Jalli Narendar, secretary of the THCAA, confirmed to Bar & Bench that the delegation representing the association met the CJI this evening and conveyed its grievances. The CJI agreed to examine and take an appropriate decision, he added..The representation by the Telangana High Court bar was submitted to the Supreme Court Secretary General. .CJI Chandrachud, Justices SK Kaul and MR Shah met the delegation where the CJI strongly conveyed to the representatives that in light of the assurance of issues being examined, the striking lawyers should no longer abstain from work.The bar then decided that it will call off the strike. Lawyers in Telangana have been abstaining from work in protest against the Supreme Court Collegium's proposal to transfer Justice Reddy to the Patna High Court.The THCAA followed the path of the Gujarat Bar, which has been on strike since November 17, after the news regarding the transfer of Justice Nikhil Kariel to Patna High Court was reported by the media..Earlier today, a delegation representing the Gujarat High Court Advocates' Association (GHCAA) which is also striking against the proposed transfer of Justice Nikhil S Kariel to Patna High Court, had also met the CJI to convey their objections to the transfer.The CJI in that case too had assured to examine their concerns.However, the GHCAA has not called off its strike yet but will take a call on the same only after holding a General Body meeting at 10 am tomorrow.