New guideline issued for district courts, instruction to allow entry only in minimum numbers

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Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Thursday, July 22, 2021 10:05 PM IST

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The Allahabad Supreme Court has issued a new guideline for working in district courts. It was said that a minimum number of litigants and lawyers would be present in the courtroom.

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The Allahabad Supreme Court has issued a new guideline for working in district courts. It was said that a minimum number of litigants and lawyers would be present in the courtroom. All district courts have been instructed that the work of the court under the protocol of Kovid-19 should be done according to the guidelines above. Under the orders of District Judge Allahabad Amarjeet Tripathi, the Supreme Court has ordered that all judicial officers take steps to ensure that a minimum number of litigants and lawyers are present in the courtroom. But he won’t stop the parties from appearing in the cases unless someone is sick. In addition, the High Court has ordered the court to be kept closed on Saturdays and Sundays and to disinfect the entire courthouse during this time.

It was also said that all judicial officers and lawyers should leave the courthouse as soon as their work is finished. If the county council or the CMO deems the courthouses must be closed due to Kovid-19, the courthouses should be closed by notifying the High Court. The High Court has instructed that information on ruled cases and motions should be uploaded to the e-service portal on a daily basis. In addition, no person was instructed to enter the courthouse without thermal scanning. The High Court has stated that the guidelines on Kovid-19 issued from time to time by the central and state governments and the Supreme Court and High Court should be followed. The District Attorney Association is also expected to participate in this work.

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The Allahabad Supreme Court has issued a new guideline for working in district courts. It was said that a minimum number of litigants and lawyers would be present in the courtroom. All district courts have been instructed that the work of the court under the protocol of Kovid-19 should be done according to the guidelines above.

Under the orders of District Judge Allahabad Amarjeet Tripathi, the Supreme Court has ordered that all judicial officers take steps to ensure that a minimum number of litigants and lawyers are present in the courtroom. But he won’t stop the parties from appearing in the cases unless someone is sick. In addition, the High Court has ordered the court to be kept closed on Saturdays and Sundays and to disinfect the entire courthouse during this time.

It was also said that all judicial officers and lawyers should leave the courthouse as soon as their work is finished. If the county council or the CMO deems the courthouses must be closed due to Kovid-19, the courthouses should be closed by notifying the High Court. The High Court has instructed that information on ruled cases and motions should be uploaded to the e-service portal on a daily basis. In addition, no person was instructed to enter the courthouse without thermal scanning. The High Court has stated that the guidelines on Kovid-19 issued from time to time by the central and state governments and the Supreme Court and High Court should be followed. The District Attorney Association is also expected to participate in this work.

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