140 lawyers request CJI to take note of Internet ban at farmer protest sites

They have demanded to set up an inquiry commission to probe the police inaction dealing with violence

140 lawyers request CJI to take note of Internet ban at farmer protest sites

Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde. — File Photo

Tribune News Service
New Delhi, February 3

About 140 lawyers on Wednesday have sent a signed petition to Chief Justice of India SA Bobde requesting him to take suo motu cognisance of mobile Internet suspension near farmers' protest sites.

They have also demanded to set up an inquiry commission to probe the police inaction dealing with violence during a tractor rally on Republic Day.

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