Lawyers in six district courts in Delhi have been on strike since November 4 to protest against the clash with police Personnel.
In the video, DCP Bharadwaj was being chased by a few people dressed as lawyers while some personnel tried to shield her.
In the video, lawyers can be seen barging inside the administrative area of the court and assaulting policemen.
The lawyers have filed a plea in the High Court, seeking action against Delhi Police officials for agitating in public.
The attack on policemen in Alwar district comes a day after thousands of police personnel staged an 11-hour long protest in Delhi Police Headquarters.
Bar Council demanded action against cops involved in the scuffle in Tis Hazari court.
“Never drive men and women in uniform to the wall and let them lose faith in their own service and own seniors. They must trust their seniors that while they do their duty they shall be defended, protected and heard before being judged,”Kiran Bedi said.
The senior officer said the injured policemen will get an ex-gratia of at least Rs 25,000
Unless the police force is reformed – a promise that successive governments have not fulfilled – and its top hierarchy is insulated from political pulls and pressures, the police will always stop short of fair and firm policing.
The tension between police personnel and lawyers had been building up since Saturday when a clash over a parking dispute led to at least 20 security personnel and several advocates being injured at Tis Hazari complex.
In a series of tweets, AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj, who is also a lawyer, alleged that the BJP has emboldened Delhi Police so much that 'we are living in a Police state'
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