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Breaking || Supreme Court To Commence Full Physical Hearings From April 4: CJI Ramana

By LawStreet News Network      30 March, 2022 05:48 PM      0 Comments
Supreme Court Full Physical Hearings From April CJI Ramana

The Supreme Court will commence full physical hearings from next Monday (April 04, 2022), said the Chief Justice of India today.

“Monday onwards opening we are opening full physically. Monday and Friday we’ll provide advocates virtual hearing if they ask”, CJI Ramana said. 

At present, the Supreme Court has complete virtual hearings on miscellaneous days (Monday and Friday). On the other days, the hearings are in physical form, with the virtual option available to advocates. 

Supreme Court Bar Association president Vikas Singh thanked the bench for the decision.

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