From now on the courts will work in virtual mode – from now on the courts will work in virtual mode

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Chandauli Given the growing outbreak of Kovid-19 and the incidents of law enforcement officers and lawyers contracting it, the district courts will now operate in virtual mode and video conferencing. During this time, judges will also hear bail, advance public, necessary criminal filings, judicial work and pre-trial detention related to the sub-examinations, other matters that the District Judge and the Chief Justice of the Family Court, Motor Accident Claims Tribunal, may consider in selected cases listening will also be considered. This information was provided by the District Judge Office. This agreement is effective from April 24th until further orders. In the order of the Office it was stated that in virtual mode the judge for additional district meetings Yogesh Dubey from April 28 to May 5, the judge for additional district meetings and meetings Munna Prasad from 6 May to 12 May the special judge SC / ST Ambar Rawat May 13th. Starting May 19, the Paxo Act Rajendra Prasad Special Judge will take cases before the District and Trial Judge / Additional District and Trial Judge / Special Court from May 20-25, and before the first Additional District and Trial Judge Jagdish Prasad from May 26 negotiate until 31st. The duty of judicial officers in other courts has also been imposed. The Chandauli District Court will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The judicial and investigative work relating to the detainees concerned is carried out via video conference. During this time, pending deposit and early deposit request via gmail will be accepted. In such requests, the attorney will provide full details of the litigator, mobile phone number and email ID. Attorneys and litigators are only allowed to enter the court premises if they have passed the Kovid-19 RTPCR test.

Chandauli Given the growing outbreak of Kovid-19 and the incidents of law enforcement officers and lawyers contracting it, the district courts will now operate in virtual mode and video conferencing. During this time, judges will also hear the bail, public preliminary ruling, necessary criminal claims, judicial work and pre-trial detention related to the pending detainees. Other cases to be heard by the District Judge and the Chief Justice of the Family Court, Motor Accident Claims Tribunal, also in select cases will be considered cases. This information was provided by the District Judge Office. This agreement is effective from April 24th until further orders. In the order of the Office it was stated that in virtual mode the judge for additional district meetings Yogesh Dubey from April 28 to May 5, the judge for additional district meetings and meetings Munna Prasad from 6 May to 12 May the special judge SC / ST Ambar Rawat May 13th. From May 19, the Paxo Act Rajendra Prasad Special Judge will take cases before the District and Trial Judge / Additional District and Trial Judge / Special Court from May 20-25, and before the first Additional District and Trial Judge Jagdish Prasad from May 26 negotiate until 31st. The duty of judicial officers in other courts has also been imposed. The Chandauli District Court will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The judicial and investigative work in connection with the detainees concerned is carried out via video conference. During this time, pending deposit and early deposit request via gmail will be accepted. In such requests, the attorney will include full details of the litigator, mobile phone number and email ID. Attorneys and litigators are only allowed to enter the court premises if they have passed the Kovid-19 RTPCR test.

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