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The Delhi High Court on Friday was told that the Committee formed by it has submitted report suggesting solutions to mitigate entry woes at NCLAT, NCLT.

The bench comprising Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao was further informed that concern pertaining to the issuance of cards has been resolved. And the cards will be issued for the period of four years. While the passes for the entry into the premises will have one year validity.

The bench said that passes should have the validity of more than one year as Central government employees in the said premises get passes valid for five years.

Court directed Ministry of Home Affairs to consider issuance of passes for five years and submit affidavit stating the reasons for non-compliance in four weeks.

“Till then, the current period of one year validity of the passes will continue,” the Court said and asked Committee to look…

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The Delhi High Court on Friday was told that the Committee formed by it has submitted report suggesting solutions to mitigate entry woes at NCLAT, NCLT.

The bench comprising Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao was further informed that concern pertaining to the issuance of cards has been resolved. And the cards will be issued for the period of four years. While the passes for the entry into the premises will have one year validity.

The bench said that passes should have the validity of more than one year as Central government employees in the said premises get passes valid for five years.

Court directed Ministry of Home Affairs to consider issuance of passes for five years and submit affidavit stating the reasons for non-compliance in four weeks.

“Till then, the current period of one year validity of the passes will continue,” the Court said and asked Committee to look into the pending issues.

Meanwhile, the bench also sought suggestion as whether the premises could be shifted.

The counsel said that it he wants time to reply on that suggesting that a piece of land lying vacant adjacent to the CBI building could be used.

To which the court asked: “Who owns the land.”

The counsel replied that the area comes under the Ministry of Urban Development.

The matter will be next again on Nov 20.

The court was hearing a plea raising concern over the problems faced by lawyers and litigants at the NCLT and NCLAT due to restricted entry and limited space.

—India Legal Bureau

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