Around 200 judges from Telangana, who are on a mass leave in protest against suspension of 11 judicial officers amid ongoing stir over the provisional allocation of judicial officers from Andhra Pradesh to Telangana courts, finally called off their mass leave protest on Tuesday.
According to reports, they decided to join duty on Wednesday with 11 suspended judicial officers, forthwith on same day on their revocation.
The High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad suspended 11 judicial officers on disciplinary grounds following the agitation against the provisional allocation of judicial officers.
Protesting the action of High Court, about 200 judicial officers working in lower courts across the state had decided to go on “mass” leave for 15-days from June 28.
On July 1 they held a mass dharna at Indira Park in Hyderabad.