Coronavirus: Delhi HC Suspends Functioning Till 15 April

Due to COVID-19 outbreak, a nationwide lockdown has been declared for a period of 21 days.

Published25 Mar 2020, 03:46 PM IST
India
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The Delhi High Court Wednesday, 25 March suspended its functioning till 15 April, following nationwide lockdown in view of coronavirus pandemic.

The matters of extreme urgency will have to be mentioned before the registrar or joint registrar telephonically and hearing will take place through video conferencing.

A circular issued by Registrar Manoj Jain said the high court has taken note of the order by the Central government by which a nationwide lockdown has been declared for a period of 21 days with effect from Wednesday, that is, 25 March.

"Chief Justice D N Patel has been pleased to order that the functioning of the High Court of Delhi shall now remain suspended till 15 April, 2020," the circular said

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