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GU impasse heading for end

The Gauhati High Court on Friday set up a special panel to look into the allegations against acting chief justice K Sredharan Rao.
Taking up two different petitions against the Justice Rao a division bench of the court set up the committee. The bench asked the committee to submit the report within ten days.

“We are satisfied with the move. Let our serious allegations against the Justice Rao be probed. We will wait for the findings,” a lawyer told Assam Times when they were holding a meeting to call-off the protest.

After the meeting at the old high court premises the Bar Association leaders confirmed that they would join the functionings from Monday. Later they took out a procession reiterating their demands.
 

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