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According to members of the Belgaum Bar Association, the meeting in Koppal held on Saturday decided to leave the decision on location of the Bench to the Chief Justice even as the Bar associations decided to extend their agitation till September 27.
Sources said the Belgaum meeting could be conclusive in as far as evolving consensus among all Bar associations was concerned.
Our Gulbarga Special Correspondent writes:
The Gulbarga Bar Association (GBA) has decided to extend the 29-day boycott of court proceedings by two more days.
A spokesman for the GBA said here today that the decision to extend the agitation was taken at an emergency meeting of the steering committee constituted to lead the agitation.
The meeting discussed at length the pros and cons of continuing the agitation and decided to wait for the outcome of the meeting of the GBA delegation with the Chief Justice. Meanwhile, the General Secretary of the GBA, Avinash Uploankar, told The Hindu over phone from Bangalore that the general body meeting of the GBA had been convened on Wednesday.
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