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Corona Impact : SC to hear important cases through video conferencing

The Supreme Court has decided to limit its functioning on Sunday in view of the growing threat of Corona virus and the ban being imposed in the capital. She will hear in a court on Monday through video conferencing only.

The top court issued a notification in this regard on Sunday evening. In which it said that from Wednesday only the bench of two judges will hear the cases through video conferencing only in the most important cases. It has also quashed cases fixed for hearing in two, eight and 14 courts. Earlier in the day, the Supreme Court issued a notification. In which it was said that the Chief Justice of the country has instructed after consulting his colleagues that the bench of two judges will hear only the most urgent cases.

The notification issued by General Secretary of the top court Sanjeev S. Kalgaonkar said that the bench will be available for court work on Wednesday 25 March. Hearing can be done through video conferencing.

 

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