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Delhi HC disposes of plea seeking use A4 paper in High Court, other courts

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The Delhi High Court has on Tuesday informed petitioners seeking introduction of A4 size pages with both sides printing that the Rules committee of the Delhi High Court is already considering the issue.

A divisional bench of Chief Justice D.N. Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh disposed of the matter stating the issue is already under consideration. The petition has been filed by two law students, Akriti Agarwal and Lakshya Purohit, seeking direction of the Court to bring uniformity in the High Court of Delhi and its subordinate courts, in terms of the use of A4 size paper and printing on both sides for all purposes in the High Court of Delhi and in its subordinate courts.

The plea stated,

“Petitioners through their efforts have already pursued the underlying issue and ensured implementation of A4 size paper in the Supreme Court of India and other High Courts across India like High Courts of Calcutta, Kerala, and Tripura.”

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The petition has been filed with an intention of securing easy access to justice for all, whereas, the usage of A4 Size Paper for all purposes for achieving uniformity and to ensure easy access to justice to all.

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