38.6c New Delhi, India, Tuesday, August 16, 2022
Top Stories
Interviews Know The Law Book Reviews Videos
About Us Contact Us
Judiciary

Delhi High Court Switches To Hybrid Mode Of Hearing Due To Rise In COVID19 Cases

By Lawstreet News Network      12 days ago      0 Comments      718 Views

Amid rising cases of Covid-19 in the national capital, the Delhi High Court has issued a circular for continuing courtroom hearings in hybrid mode until further orders.

As per earlier office records issued by the Registrar of High Court, complete resumption of physical hearings had commenced from March 2, 2022. The earlier record had permitted for a hybrid video-conferencing hearing in exceptional circumstances on a case-to-case basis.

The circular issued today states: "Keeping in view the rise in COVID-19 infections in Delhi and in order to reduce the footfall in the court premises, the chief Justice of India has requested that the hybrid mode of hearing will be continued until further orders."



Tags:
Delhi High Court Hybrid Mode Covid19Chief Justice of India
Share this article:


Lawstreet News Network
Editor
     



Leave a feedback about this




Related Posts
View All

TRENDING NEWS


TOP STORIES


ADVERTISEMENT


Lawstreet Advertisement

Signup for Our Newsletter

Get Exclusive access to members only content by email