Court closed pending preliminary ruling, the work will be online

Saharanpur The courts are closed pending further orders by order of the High Court. Only one judge and 10 of his staff will go to court from Wednesday. He’ll hear the cases online. Apart from them, no lawyer or judicial staff will visit the courthouse. Lawyers have also been admitted in this regard. At the same time, the bail and postponement orders issued by various courts in the district apply until May 31.
District Legal Services Bureau Secretary Hrishikesh Pandey provided this information on orders from District Judge Ashwani Kumar Tripathi. He said the civil court’s injunction will be extended to May 31 if the criminal court’s early bail expires in the middle. If the expulsion, eviction and demolition orders are issued by the High Court, District and Sessions Court, Civil Court, the non-execution order will remain in effect until May 31st. Advocates Association President Abhay Singh Saini says all advocates must follow guidelines and work online from home. So that the ongoing war against Corona can be won.
Legal assistance helpline number
Saharanpur Aid numbers have been issued to rescue people from the covid-19 epidemic and to provide legal aid. State Legal Services Authority Lucknow helpline number 1800-419-0234, National Legal Services Authority New Delhi helpline number 15100, and District Legal Services Authority landline number 0132-2711441 and cellphone number 9897276840. District Legal Service Bureau Secretary Hrishikesh Pandey said any person in need can get help by explaining their problem based on these numbers. Legal counsel for all panel advocates and prison goers in applying to needy people according to their requirements and rules. Get rid of the problems of detained prisoners in prison. The guidelines of Kovid-19 should be strictly adhered to.

Saharanpur The courts are closed pending further orders by order of the High Court. Only one judge and 10 of his staff will go to court from Wednesday. He’ll hear the cases online. Apart from them, no lawyers or judicial officers will visit the court premises. Lawyers have also been admitted in this regard. At the same time, the bail and postponement orders issued by various courts in the district apply until May 31.

Under the direction of District Judge Ashwani Kumar Tripathi, District Law Bureau Secretary Hrishikesh Pandey provided this information. He said the civil court’s injunction will be extended to May 31 if the criminal court’s early bail expires in the intervening dates. If the expulsion, eviction and demolition orders are issued by the High Court, District and Sessions Court, Civil Court, the non-execution order will remain in effect until May 31st. Advocates Association President Abhay Singh Saini says all lawyers must follow guidelines and work online from home. So that the ongoing war against Corona can be won.

Legal assistance helpline number

Saharanpur Aid numbers have been issued to rescue people from the covid-19 epidemic and to provide legal assistance. State Legal Services Authority Lucknow helpline number 1800-419-0234, National Legal Services Authority New Delhi helpline number 15100, and District Legal Services Authority landline number 0132-2711441 and cellphone number 9897276840. District Legal Service Bureau secretary Hrishikesh Pandey said any person in need can get help by explaining their problem based on these numbers. Legal counsel for all panel advocates and prison goers in applying to needy people according to their requirements and rules. Get rid of the problems of detained prisoners in prison at the earliest. The guidelines of Kovid-19 should be strictly adhered to.

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