The campaign is to mount pressure on the high court advocate lawyers association to move a resolution with the same plea and also seek a probe into the allegations. Until the probe was over, justice balakrishnan should step down, they said.
The lawyers are likely to submit the notice to the association tomorrow.
Yesterday, a meeting of association to discuss a resolution on corruption in higher Judiciary failed to take any decision as two sections of advocates demanded and opposed specific ammendments seeking probe into the allegations.
The general body was called by the association to discuss the resolution to request a fact finding enquiry about the contents of letter submitted by former law minister Shanti Bhooshan alleging corruption in higher judiciary.
The meeting could not arrive at a consensus and suggested ammendments to the resolution specifically demanding a probe into allegations against justice Balakrishna's two sons in law-- P V Sreenijan and Benny and younger borther K G Bhaskaran, who are alleged to have amassed properties worth crores in Ernakulam and Thrissur districts during the last 4-5 years.
But many members had objected to the ammendments against justice Balakrishnan