new Delhi: In view of the increasing case of Corona, the Allahabad High Court has issued a new guideline, under which only the necessary cases will be heard online. In view of Corona’s uncontrollable case, the court has taken this decision.
The Allahabad High Court has decided to restrict the functioning of regular courts in Lucknow and Allahabad. Chief Justice Govind Mathur has directed that special benches will be constituted only for special cases and new guidelines for functioning will be issued by the Registrar General.
The letter from the Registrar General of the Allahabad High Court issued a directive by the Chief Justice, stating, “Keeping in mind the recent spike in the number of Kovid-19 cases in Prayagraj and Lucknow, the Administrative Committee of the High Court has set aside April 5 for the regular courts. It is resolved not to sit from 2021 to 9 April 2021. During this period only special benches should be constituted for urgent matters. ”
Nearly 3 thousand new cases of corona have been reported in the last 1 day in UP, while 16 people have died. The total number of corona infects in UP has crossed 6 lakhs. In view of the growing Corona case, Section 144 has been imposed in Varanasi.
School closed again
In view of the growing case of Corona, orders were given to close schools in UP, Karnataka, Himachal and Delhi. The UP government has now decided to close schools from 1 to 8 by 11 April, under which all government and private schools have been closed by 11 April. At the same time, orders were given to close all schools in class 6 to 9 in Karnataka with immediate effect. However classes of 10th, 11th and 12th will continue. In Himachal too, offline classes have been banned till 15 April due to the transition.