She said this while going through the records related to a recent incident at a Magistrate's court in Tirupur.
The Chief Justice drew the attention of Government Pleader T N Rajagopalan to it and said all details have been forwarded and she intended to take contempt action against the errant police personnel.
The Chief Justice observed that proceedings in the magistrate court were brought to a standstill for around 15 minutes owing to such disruption by police.
Noting that the police cannot be allowed to enter court halls to make arrests in this manner, she insisted that they be appropriately sensitised and trained in this regard.
The incident happened on April 10 when Santhosh (29), an accused in the murder of an autorickshaw driver came with his lawyer to the judicial magistrate court in Tirupur to surrender.
However, lawyers present there foiled the attempt.
The Tirupur Bar Association then sought action against the policemen, saying it was an offence to arrest someone coming to surrender.
Santhosh, along with a few others, was accused of murdering M Citybabu at Ondipudur in Coimbatore on April 4 over personal rivalry.
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