After shoot-out at Delhi's Rohini court which left three people dead, the Supreme Court is likely to prioritize the suo motu case concerning judges safety which it had initiated after the death of Jharkhand judge Uttam Anand..The matter is likely to be listed for hearing next week.After today's incident at Rohini, Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana spoke to the Chief Justice of Delhi High Court, DN Patel and expressed his deep concern. The CJI also advised Chief Justice Patel to talk to both the police and the Bar to ensure that the functioning of court is not effected. .Three people including gangster Jitender Gogi were reportedly killed inside a courtroom at the Rohini.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. ."Gogi was produced before Court and two people in the guise of lawyers were waiting for him. While the proceedings were underway, the shootout happened inside the courtroom and he was killed. The two assailants were killed by Delhi police," sources privy to the incident told Bar and Bench.In the light of the incident, the Coordination Committee of all District Bar Associations in Delhi has resolved to abstain from work citing “revision of security norms on account” of the incident.“All members are requested to cooperate and abstain from work on September 25, 2021,” its resolution read.