LAHORE (APP) - Lahore Bar Association (LBA) has banned the entry of touts in all district courts and warned strict criminal action if anyone found submitting bogus documents for personal sureties in bail matters. Talking to APP Sunday VP LBA Model Town Chapter Mian Muhammad Hafeez said that entire LBA body comprising President Shahzad Hassan Sheikh, General Secretary Rana Intizar, Secretary Farhad Ali Shah, Vice President Asghar Ali unanimously decided in principle to impose complete ban on the entry of touts in district courts to ensure justice to aggrieved litigants. He said recently three touts were caught red handed in Model Town while submitting bogus property documents in courts in bail matters. He said that it is crime under section PPC 420.468 and 471 and both accused and guarantor can be booked. He said that one District and Session Judge, 29 Additional District and Sessions Judges, 133 Civil Judges and 47 Special Judicial Magistrates are working in city courts and it was the duty of law enforcement agencies to provide security to the judicial officers. About the strike call, he said that LBA will boycott the city courts tomorrow to express solidarity with judges and strongly condemn the attack on one of the Civil Judge cum Judicial Magistrate on Saturday in his court room by the accused. Mian Muhammad Hafeez said that Punjab government miserably failed to protect the life of lawyers community including judicial officers. He said that last time, Chief Minister held categorical assurance about the foolproof security arrangements when two persons were gunned down in the court room of one of the Additional District and Session Judge.