The Delhi High Court on Thursday directed the district courts in the capital to “strictly adhere” to its full-court order wherein the existing mechanism of hybrid hearing in the Delhi High Court and the Delhi district courts was permitted to continue where a request to such effect is made by the parties concerned.
Chief Justice of Delhi High Court has directed all Delhi District Court Judges to send prior intimation of their intention to take leave, at least one day in advance, to concerned Principal District and Sessions Judge office; which shall immediately be updated on the Delhi District Courts website.
The Delhi High Court has sought a response from the Registrar General of Delhi High Court and the Delhi government in a petition seeking direction to make, and issue general rules for regulating the practice and proceedings of district courts in the best interest of justice.
The Judicial Association filed its petition in Delhi High Court through President Rajesh Malik asking for directions to make necessary arrangements for reimbursement of expenses incurred in the hospital.
In furtherance of its last order, The Administrative and General Supervision Committee of the Delhi High Court on Friday extended the limited functioning of courts till 14th June 2020, in view of the extended lockdown to contain the effect of Covid-19 outbreak.