Meanwhile, the Delhi High Court Bar Association (DHCBA) requested the court to monitor the investigation in the matter.
On January 25, the association abstained from work to protest an attack on the properties of two senior advocates Vikas Pahwa and Kirti Uppal, who is also the DHCBA President.
On Monday, some people burnt Uppal's Hyundai Tucson car parked outside his house in south Delhi's Nizamuddin, while on January 9 attempts were made to set fire to Pahwa's office and cars in Greater Kailash.
The lawyers said a similar incident took place on January 4 when two cars -- Maruti Swift and Honda Amaze -- parked in the east Delhi house of advocate Ravi Sharma were torched by unidentified persons.
Separate FIRs have been lodged, which said the three lawyers were representing a woman colleague in the Delhi High Court in a property dispute with her relatives.
The bar association said the attacks were "pre-mediated and deliberate acts of conspiracy".
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