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The Allahabad High Court and Lucknow Bench Will Not Sit on November 6, 2020 in view of rising COVID cases

By Parul Singhal      03 November, 2020 04:45 PM      0 Comments
The Allahabad High Court and Lucknow Bench Will Not Sit on November 6, 2020 in view of rising COVID cases.

Considering the prevailing circumstances regarding COVID infection and the number of corona cases in Prayagraj and Lucknow, the Allahabad High Court and Lucknow Bench will not sit on November 6, 2020. According to the order of Chief Justice Govind Mathur, the court premises will properly be sanitized on that day. 

Notably, the Allahabad High Court has not been sitting in Courts every Friday for the past weeks. Sanitization of the premises is done on this day. 

Due to the high number of fresh cases filed in the High Court, the hearing is not being held in time. The hearing of the new filing cases is coming only after about a month. By the order of the Chief Justice, some of the urgent cases have been heard during the holidays of Dussehra by constituting a special court. But regular cases are not being heard.

The trial of the cases scheduled on November 6 will be on November 9. 



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