He has further submitted that while window for filing of cases in the High Court may remain open but there should be no physical hearing of cases and even online hearing of cases should be done where issues regarding demolition, eviction and recovery are involved.
The cases already filed under this arrangement will appear in the Courts for hearing. A certain number of cases will be presented in court, which will be communicated to the Advocate. For such cases, the helpline will be operational from April 12.
The list of 13 districts include Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Udaipur, Alwar, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Pali, Nagore, Ajmer, Tonk, Sikar and Ganganagar. All the marketplaces, workplaces and commercial complexes will remain closed from 7 pm, unless a special permission is obtained from the officer authorised by the District Collector in this regard.
Delhi HC today slammed the Kejriwal government after an alarming spike in Corona cases in the national capital in recent weeks, asking why did it waited till the court intervened to take steps such as reducing the number of people attending weddings to 50 to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Supreme Court today declined to entertain a plea seeking directions to prevent the “communalisation of the reporting of Covid-19 cases” by Chief Minister of Delhi in his official capacity via different modes as well as on social media via his official and verified twitter handle @CMO Delhi.
The Central Board of Secondary Education on Wednesday cancelled the class 10 board exams and the class 12 board exams have been deferred in view of a nationwide Covid surge that had led to parents, students, and various states demanding exams to be scrapped.