Court – court gates closed, hearing only online

Lakhimpur Kheri Amid the growing effects of the corona infection, the High Court has now ordered the civil court to close completely.
District Judge Mukesh Mishra has decided to keep the gates of the court closed pending further orders to restrict the entry of lawyers and the public. ADJ Rajesh Mishra said that apart from the bail petition and early bail petition, only the hearing on the case will be heard. Entry to all persons, including lawyers, postage stamp sellers, client attorneys and clerks, will be restricted on the court premises, and the defendant’s pre-trial detention hearing will also be online. conversation
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The trial takes place via video call
A court hearing was held for the first time using the social media app. District Road Accident Court judge Lokesh Rai has ordered the defendant’s cases to be heard via WhatsApp video call before the hearing was compromised due to contamination of the District Road Accident Court and the accountant. Citing instructions from the High Court, Judge Lokesh Rai said the urgent case hearing could be heard on April 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. via WhatsApp video calls on 9411894142.
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ADJ Rajesh Mishra becomes responsible for Kovid
Additional District Judge Rajesh Mishra has been given responsibility for the district-level coordinating committee, which was formed on the orders of the High Court to contain the effects of corona infection.
A district committee has been set up on the orders of the High Court to prevent covid infection of civil servants, civil servants and attorneys, and to protect the infection in court. Whose District Judge Mukesh Mishra has assigned responsibility to ADJ Rajesh Mishra.
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Instructions to CMO
Taking into account the memorandum of the President of the District Advocates Association, Jung Bahadur Singh, and General Secretary Ajay Kumar Pandey, who is in charge of the Corona Infection Prevention Committee, the GMO has ordered the proper treatment of lawyers and civil court staff working at Kovid Hospital were recorded.
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Officers were given responsibility
District Judge Mukesh Mishra has appointed new hearing officers to try the District Court and District Court cases. The one week Provisioning Ordinance includes the District Court’s working seconds ADJ and Magistrate Courts Fast Upper C CJM for April 28, ADJ FTC New and Judicial Magistrate for April 29, ADJ 13, and ACJM FTC for April 30, ADJ 11 and Third ACJM, ADJ Six and First on May 4th, Third ADJ and Judicial Magistrate for May 5th have taken responsibility for the online hearing. These dishes are heard online from 10.30am to 2.30pm. conversation

Lakhimpur Kheri Amid the growing effects of the corona infection, the High Court has now ordered the civil court to close completely.

District Judge Mukesh Mishra has decided to keep the gates of the court closed pending further orders to restrict the entry of lawyers and the public. ADJ Rajesh Mishra said that apart from the bail petition and early bail petition, only the hearing on the case will be heard. Entry to all persons, including lawyers, postage stamp sellers, client attorneys and employees, will be restricted on the premises of the court, and the defendant’s pre-trial detention hearing will also be online. conversation

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The trial takes place via video call

A court hearing was held for the first time using the social media app. District Road Accident Court judge Lokesh Rai has ordered the defendant’s cases to be heard via WhatsApp video call before the hearing was compromised due to contamination of the District Road Accident Court and the accountant. Citing instructions from the High Court, Judge Lokesh Rai said the urgent case trial would be open to hearing from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on April 28 via WhatsApp video on 9411894142.

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ADJ Rajesh Mishra becomes responsible for Kovid

Additional District Judge Rajesh Mishra has been given responsibility for the district-level coordinating committee, which was formed on the orders of the High Court to contain the effects of corona infection.

Under the direction of the High Court, a district-level committee has been set up to prevent covid infection among civil servants, civil servants and lawyers, and to protect the infection in court. Whose District Judge Mukesh Mishra has assigned responsibility to ADJ Rajesh Mishra.

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Instructions to CMO

Taking into account the memorandum of the President of the District Advocates Association, Jung Bahadur Singh, and the Secretary General Ajay Kumar Pandey, who is in charge of the Corona Infection Prevention Committee, the GMO has ordered the proper treatment of lawyers and civil court staff working at the Kovid Hospital were recorded.

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Officers were given responsibility

District Judge Mukesh Mishra has appointed new hearing officers to hear urgent cases from district and local courts. The one-week deployment order includes the work of the District Court’s second ADJ for April 28 and the work of the Fast Upper CJM Supreme Court, ADJ FTC New and Judicial Magistrate on April 29, ADJ 13 and ACJM FTC on April 29th April 30th, April 3rd, May 11th ADJ and Third ACJM, ADJ Six and First on May 4th, Third ADJ and Judge on May 5th have been given responsibility for the online hearing. These dishes are heard online from 10.30am to 2.30pm. conversation

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