Prohibition of admission to court, hearing in a virtual court – Prohibition of entry into a court, hearing in front of a virtual court

Prohibition of admission to court, hearing in a virtual court
Farrukhabad special cases, a new application for bail and a request for the release of vehicles will be tried in a virtual court by order of the High Court in relation to corona infection. Entry of all persons, including lawyers, litigators and salespeople, has been banned from the court premises. The virtual court will run for two hours. For this purpose, GIC was set up in Fatehgarh.
Officers and employees are infected by Corona. By order of the High Court, District Judge Chavan Prakash has banned attorneys, their scribes, litigants and vendors from entering the court’s premises. Special cases are now heard in a virtual court.
To this end, from April 30 to May 13, the official will hear the cases of the District Court and the Court of Appeal, the District Court and the Court of First Instance, and the subordinate court. Work in connection with a new application for bail, release order and pre-trial detention will be carried out in front of a virtual court. In this case, the lawyers must submit the application by email. Thereafter, the setup set up at GIC Fatehgarh will hear the trial court from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and subordinate court proceedings from 12 p.m. to 1 a.m.
The inmates held in the prison are taken into custody via video conference. The CJM will determine the deposit substance from its level. The district judge has set a date for the hearing in all cases pending before April 28 to May 15, including those pending earlier, cases of urgency.

Prohibition of admission to court, hearing in a virtual court

Farrukhabad special cases, a new application for bail and a request for the release of vehicles will be tried in a virtual court by order of the High Court in relation to corona infection. Entry of all persons, including lawyers, litigators and salespeople, has been banned from the court’s premises. The virtual court will run for two hours. For this purpose, GIC was set up in Fatehgarh.

Officers and employees are infected by Corona. By order of the High Court, District Judge Chavan Prakash has banned attorneys, their scribes, litigants and vendors from entering the court’s premises. Special cases are now heard in a virtual court.

To this end, from April 30 to May 13, the official will hear the cases of the District Court and the Court of Appeal, the District Court and the Court of First Instance, and the subordinate court. Work related to the application for a new bail, the release order and pre-trial detention are carried out in front of a virtual court. In this case, the lawyers must submit the application by email. Thereafter, the setup set up at GIC Fatehgarh will hear the trial court from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and subordinate court proceedings from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

The inmates held in the prison are taken into custody via video conference. The CJM will determine the deposit substance from its level. The district judge has scheduled a hearing on all cases pending before April 28 through May 15, including those pending earlier that are urgent cases.

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