Condolence meet for Lekhi

Judges of the Delhi High Court payed tribute to senior advocate and constitutional expert PN Lekhi who died at the AIIMS on Sunday.
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Updated on Mar 03, 2010 01:27 AM IST
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Hindustan Times | By, New Delhi

Judges of the Delhi High Court payed tribute to senior advocate and constitutional expert PN Lekhi who died at the AIIMS on Sunday.

A full court reference (condolence meeting attended by all the judges) presided over by Acting Chief Justice Madan B Lokur was held on Tuesday.

The court functioned only till 12:30 PM as against the normal working hours till 4:30 PM as a mark of respect to Lekhi

Lekhi was one of the defence counsels in the Indira Gandhi assassination case.

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