Jajpur, Nov 30 (Odisha.in) Court work was resumed on Thursday after Jajpur Lawyers had called off their twenty-nine daylong agitations, following an assurance by the Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.
The Joint Action Committee (JAC) of three Bar Associations sources said that the Chief Minister had assured that a Family Court and Joint Commissioners Court of the Land Consolidation would be established in Jajpur after making necessary budgetary provisions next year.
An 11-member delegation, led by local legislator met the Chief Minister on Tuesday.
The Jajpur Bar Association, District Lawyer Association and District Criminal Bar Association had resorted to cease work since October 30 demanding fulfillment of a four-point charter of demands, which included the opening of a district court, family court, Land Consolidation Commissioner Court and Labour Court in the Jajpur district headquarters.
The Joint Action Committee (JAC) of the three Lawyer Associations in the district headquarters had continued its agitation and had staged dharna before the Jajpur Court for a month.