Court Open – Court opened after 57 days, 53 bail requests were received on the first day

Employees doing thermal screening at the gate of the court.
– Photo: BULANDSHAHR

Court opened after 57 days, 53 bail requests were received on the first day
Bulandshahr. After 57 days, the regional courts opened on Wednesday. On the first day, 53 bail requests were made virtually to the district judge’s court. The morning before the hearing, all dishes were disinfected. After the thermal examination, the people were allowed to enter the courthouse. People have been seen following the covid rules.
Chairs taking into account social distance
According to the instructions of the High Court, all courts opened on Wednesday. The entire court complex was disinfected before opening. All courtrooms and premises have been disinfected. There were only four chairs adequately spaced for lawyers in courtrooms and offices. Attention was paid to social distancing. Fewer people appeared in court on the first day than on other days. Meanwhile, however, litigants were seen discussing their problems in the chambers of some lawyers.
Close watch remained in the courtrooms
After the opening of the court on the first day, the security system from the main gate of the court complex to the inside could also be seen closely. Security guards and police officers were seen at the main gate instructing people to follow the rules of Kovid-19.
Junior lawyers, street vendors and photo states, postage stamp sellers are happy
Because of the second wave of corona infections, the courts have been closed since April 27. Only a few special courts were opened. As a result, junior lawyers, street vendors, stamp sellers and other people in particular faced many problems. When the court opened, there was joy among junior lawyers, street vendors, photo statisticians, and postage stamp sellers.
Now the financial problem is gone
With the court closed for about 2 months, we faced many problems. It was particularly difficult to recover from the financial problem. But now, with the opening of the court, these problems will soon be resolved as well.
Awadhesh Mudgal, lawyer
happy to open dish
The judicial work on the opening of the court has started, which is very gratifying. The vacancy at home has been eased when the court is closed. It is satisfying to get back to the judiciary.
Praveen Raja, advocate
Follow the Covid rules
The decision to open the court is to be welcomed. It is to be hoped that the work in court will soon start smoothly again. I also appeal that in future everyone should adhere to the rules of Kovid-19.
Komal Bhati, lawyer
Problem is solved
With the opening of the courts, it is time to recover from the unemployment crisis caused by the Corona period due to the smooth running of the judicial work. Hopefully all employees will soon have overcome this problem.
Kapil Sharma, lawyer
now the crisis is over
He stayed home for two months and took care of his family by taking out loans. This problem has occurred twice in the past 1 year. Chole Bhature makes a living in the courthouse. Hopefully life will get going again soon. – Suresh Kumar
went home on a loan
The canteen was also closed during this period due to the closure of the judiciary and most of the courts. The presence of litigants was negligible. He is constantly struggling with financial problems. Settlement of household expenses by taking out a loan. – Rajesh Chaudhary, canteen, court complex
Due to the closure of the court, many problems arose for two months due to the unavailability of street vendors in the court. For the past few days, I’ve had to live on credit.
– Deepu, road operator
decreased income
In lockdown, the total work only remained at 20 percent. Photostat and computer typing are becoming less and less common. Struggling with financial problems. However, it is now expected that all of this will be eliminated soon.
– Ravindra Kumar, Director Photo State and Computer
Stamps and tickets were sold out
The sale of postage stamps and tickets remained closed while the court was closed. That’s why nobody came, I came today, work has come to a standstill. Hopefully now the situation will gradually return to normal.
– Ashok Kumar Verma, stamp seller
Sales of postage stamps and tickets were cut in half when the court closed. Came to court every day. But we are facing a financial crisis. – Mohan Lal Sharma, stamp seller
The sale of stamp cards etc. was up to 40 percent when the court closed. The economic situation has become pathetic. It also became difficult to manage family expenses. Hopefully things will normalize again soon. – Shivakumar, stamp seller

Court opened after 57 days, 53 bail requests were received on the first day

Bulandshahr. After 57 days, the regional courts opened on Wednesday. On the first day, 53 bail requests were made virtually to the district judge’s court. The morning before the hearing, all dishes were disinfected. After the thermal examination, the people were allowed to enter the courthouse. People have been seen following the covid rules.

Chairs taking into account social distance

According to the instructions of the High Court, all courts opened on Wednesday. The entire court complex was disinfected before opening. All courtrooms and premises have been disinfected. There were only four chairs adequately spaced for lawyers in courtrooms and offices. Attention was paid to social distancing. Fewer people appeared in court on the first day than on other days. Meanwhile, however, litigants were seen discussing their problems in the chambers of some attorneys.

Close watch remained in the courtrooms

After the opening of the court on the first day, the security system from the main gate of the court complex to the inside could also be seen closely. Security guards and police officers were seen at the main gate instructing people to follow the rules of Kovid-19.

Junior lawyers, street vendors and photo states, postage stamp sellers are happy

Because of the second wave of corona infections, the courts have been closed since April 27. Only a few special courts were opened. As a result, junior lawyers, street vendors, stamp sellers and other people in particular faced many problems. When the court opened, there was joy among junior lawyers, street vendors, photo statisticians, and postage stamp sellers.

Now the financial problem is gone

With the court closed for about 2 months, we faced many problems. It was particularly difficult to recover from the financial problem. But now, with the opening of the court, these problems will soon be resolved as well.

Awadhesh Mudgal, lawyer

happy to open dish

The judicial work on the opening of the court has started, which is very gratifying. The vacancy at home has been eased when the court is closed. It is satisfying to get back to the judiciary.

Praveen Raja, advocate

Follow the Covid rules

The decision to open the court is to be welcomed. It is to be hoped that the work in court will soon start smoothly again. I also appeal that in future everyone should adhere to the rules of Kovid-19.

Komal Bhati, lawyer

Problem is solved

With the opening of the courts, it is time to recover from the unemployment crisis caused by the Corona period due to the smooth running of the judicial work. Hopefully all employees will soon have overcome this problem.

Kapil Sharma, lawyer

now the crisis is over

He stayed home for two months and took care of his family by taking out loans. This problem has occurred twice in the past 1 year. Chole Bhature makes a living in the courthouse. Hopefully life will get going again soon. – Suresh Kumar

went home on a loan

The canteen was also closed during this period due to the closure of the judiciary and most of the courts. The presence of litigants was negligible. He is constantly struggling with financial problems. Settlement of household expenses by taking out a loan. – Rajesh Chaudhary, canteen, court complex

Due to the closure of the court, many problems arose for two months due to the unavailability of street vendors in the court. For the past few days, I’ve had to live on credit.

– Deepu, road operator

decreased income

In lockdown, the total work only remained at 20 percent. Photostat and computer typing are becoming less and less common. Struggling with financial problems. However, it is now expected that all of this will be eliminated soon.

– Ravindra Kumar, Director Photo State and Computer

Stamps and tickets were sold out

The sale of postage stamps and tickets remained closed while the court was closed. That’s why nobody came, I came today, work has come to a standstill. Hopefully now the situation will gradually return to normal.

– Ashok Kumar Verma, stamp seller

Sales of postage stamps and tickets were cut in half when the court closed. Came to court every day. But we are facing a financial crisis. – Mohan Lal Sharma, stamp seller

The sale of stamp cards etc. was up to 40 percent when the court closed. The economic situation has become pathetic. It also became difficult to manage family expenses. Hopefully things will normalize again soon. – Shivakumar, stamp seller

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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