Lockdown was imposed across the country due to Corona epidemic, due to which the Delhi High Court also started hearing important cases through video conferencing from 25 March 2020.
Delhi High Court
The news of hearing in the Delhi High Court from April 6 to April 17 in virtual (online) mode only, has been termed as false by the registrar of Delhi High Court Manoj Kumar Jain. For this, it was clarified on Tuesday by the Registrar Office that no notice related to his office was issued, stating that between 6 and 17 April in the High Court only in a virtual manner. The case will be heard.
In fact, a notice was shared in the WhatsApp group of lawyers in Delhi, claiming that the Physical Hearing in the Delhi High Court was being closed between April 6-17, in view of the growing cases of Corona. . Only important cases will be heard in a virtual manner. It was also claimed in the message that during this time, there will be a ban on going to court too.
But in reality no such notice was ever issued by the registrar of Delhi High Court. That is why the registrar’s office had to be cleaned up after seeing the message being shared on the social media platform. It is being told that the viral notice is from the Patna High Court, which was being shared by the Delhi High Court.
Physical hearing was started from March 25, 2020
Let us tell you that due to Corona Pandemic, Lockdown was imposed in the entire country, due to which the Delhi High Court also started hearing the necessary cases through video conferencing instead of physical hearing from 25 March 2020. was. But from March 15, 2021, the Delhi High Court has once again started hearing cases under normal procedure. Along with this, on the appeal of lawyers, the court also gave the option of hearing virtual and hybrid.
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