Meeting between cops, lawyers remains inconclusive

Cuttack: In another development in the police-lawyer spat, the meeting between police officials and representatives of High Court Bar Association, chaired by DGP RP Sharma, remained inconclusive today.

According to DGP Sharma, both the sides presented their argument in a cordial environment.

“Both the sides are trying to reach a mutually acceptable, respectful and amicable solution to the issue. I personally appeal the lawyers to end their cease-work stir in the larger interest of the people,” DGP Sharma said.

Meanwhile, the representatives of High Court Bar Association have said that a final decision about the strike will be taken after tomorrow’s meeting.

Srikant Nayak, President, High Court Bar Association said, “All the representatives of the bar association have discussed the issue in a cordial environment. We hope to take a final decision tomorrow.”

Again tomorrow, the High Court will begin hearing in the police-lawyer dispute case.

On the other hand, the Havildar Constable Sepoy Mahasangh has demanded Crime Branch investigation into the alleged thrashing of police personnel in the court premises on November 10.

“We had positive discussions on all issues in the meeting. The people of Odisha will know the results in a day or two,” said Santosh Satpathy, President of Havildar Constable Sepoy Mahasangh.