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NEW DELHI: As part of resolving the Supreme Court issue, the representatives of the bar council of India will meet Chief Justice Deepak Mishra Sunday evening at 7.30 pm. The seven-member team entrusted by the bar council will directly talk to the judges who took an open stand against Mishra.

No talks were held yesterday as Ranjan Gogoi, Madavan B Lokur and Kurian Joseph were not in station. Only Justice Chelameswar was in Delhi. Most probably all will reach Delhi today. Council chairman Manan Kumar Mishra mentioned that the Prime and Law Ministers will not intervene in the issue as it is the internal matter of the judiciary.

Supreme Court Bar association president Vikas Singh said the issues voiced by the four judges are quite serious and should be solved soon. The team will first hold talks with the chief justice and if he agrees with their stand then will meet the other four judges.

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