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Haryana assembly passes resolution for a separate high court

Haryana has been demanding a separate high court for itself, stating that even smaller north-eastern states have their own high courts.

punjab Updated: May 04, 2017 18:18 IST
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The resolution was passed during a special one-day session of the state assembly. Now, the Centre will take a call on the issue.
The resolution was passed during a special one-day session of the state assembly. Now, the Centre will take a call on the issue. (HT File )

The Haryana legislative assembly passed resolution seeking separate a high court for the state on Thursday.

The resolution was passed during a special one-day session of the state assembly. Now, the Centre will take a call on the issue.

Haryana has been demanding a separate high court for itself, stating that even smaller north-eastern states have their own high courts. Haryana, which shares its high court with Punjab (the Punjab and Haryana high court), has been seeking a separate high court for itself in Chandigarh. It wants the present joint high court of the two states to be bifurcated and a separate Haryana High Court to be set up.