You are making the public suffer: Supreme Court urges protesting Odisha lawyers to end boycott by November 16

Protests based on the demand for a permanent bench of the Orissa High Court in Sambalpur have resulted in over 2,416 working hours being lost across courts, the apex court noted.
Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul, Justice Abhay S Oka
Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul, Justice Abhay S Oka

The Supreme Court on Monday frowned upon protests and court boycotts held by lawyers of district bar associations in western Odisha who are demanding a permanent bench of the Orissa High Court at Sambalpur. (PLR Projects Pvt Ltd v. Mahanadi Coalfields)

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