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Delhi High Court, district courts to go utterly digital for two weeks from January 3

Delhi High Court Chief Justice D.N. Patel on Thursday directed that the High Court and Delhi district courts will take up things thru digital mode solely from January three as per the current association concerning the list of cases.

Justice Patel stated the aforesaid association shall proceed until January 15, 2022, when the whole scenario shall be reassessed and reviewed. The Registrar and Joint Registrar (Judicial) shall additionally take up things via digital mode only, he stated in a statement.

In the backdrop of rising Covid-19 instances in the capital, he said:

“It’s excessive time that this Court additionally takes all the viable precautionary and preventive measures to thwart any opportunity of a resurgence of any wave of intense nature.”

Justice Patel observed:

“The inputs have additionally been taken from the President of Delhi High Court Bar Association as nicely as from the Chairman of Coordination Committee of All District Court Bar Associations of Delhi and different senior workplace bearers. As expected, they, too, have certain fullest cooperation on behalf of the Members of the Bar.”

He said:

“All stakeholders which include court-staff, required to come to the Courts, shall get themselves completely vaccinated and shall strictly adhere to the norms of social-distancing and Covid-19 protocols, guidelines, directions, etc. issued via the Government of India, Government of NCT of Delhi and this Court from time to time.”

He stated that based totally on the above directions, the registry will trouble a Public Notice for all concerned.

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