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COVID-19: Delhi HC to take up hearing on urgent matters only

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New Delhi, Apr 18 (ILNS) Taking in view the alarming rise in the number of people infected with Novel Coronavirus in the national capital, the Delhi High Court today decided to take up only urgent matters filed in 2021.

According to a notice issued by Manoj Jain, Registrar General of the High Court, all Benches of the High Court shall, with effect from April 4, 2021, take up extremely urgent matters filed in 2021 only.

The other pending routine/non-urgent matters and the
matters filed/listed before this Court between March 22, 2020 and December 31, 2020 shall not be taken up by this Court and such matters shall be adjourned “en bloc” as per the dates already notified. In case
of any extreme urgency, the request in the pending matters may be made on the already notified
designated link, it added. ILNS/KR/SNG/RJ

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