Lawyers' strike not permissible; will take action against those obstructing litigants or lawyers from entering court: Rajasthan High Court

The observation was made by bench of acting Chief Justice Manindra Mohan Shrivastava and Justice Vijay Bishnoi in light of various bar members calling for abstention from work in protest against the murder of a lawyer.

The Rajasthan High Court on Tuesday said that lawyers are not entitled to resort to strike or abstain from work, and action will be initiated against any person obstructing litigants or lawyers from entering the court premises [Suo Motu v State].

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