The Hyderabad high court has suspended the President and General Secretary of the Telangana Judges’ Association on disciplinary grounds following protest by the judges of subordinate courts seeking immediate bifurcation of the High Court and their en-masse resignation. President of the Association, Ravinder Reddy and General Secretary, Varaprasad have been suspended by the High Court.
The Judges of the subordinate courts in Telangana have been protesting in different forms demanding immediate bifurcation of the High Court as per the Andhra Pradesh reorganisation Act and protesting the option given to the newly recruited judges of the subordinate courts to choose either Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. They have been alleging that several judges belonged to

Andhra Pradesh have chosen Telangana due to the option.
Protests and demonstrations are being held across the state for the past few days under the aegis of the Telangana Judges Association on the issue and over hundred judges have submitted their resignations to the association in the regard. They held a protest rally to the Rajbhavan in Hyderabad and an agitator tried to self-immolate before the Ranga Reddy district court yesterday.  Protesting the suspensions, the judges of Telangana subordinate courts have called for applying mass casual leave today.
Meanwhile, seeking immediate bifurcation of the High Court, Telangana Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao is contemplating protest in Delhi along with his cabinet colleagues and party MPs.

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