Allahabad. In view of the increasing cases of the new variant Omicron of Coronavirus, the principal bench of the Allahabad High Court and the Lucknow Bench have withdrawn the order for virtual hearing of cases from today. In view of the opposition of the advocates of Allahabad High Court, Chief Justice of the High Court Rajesh Bindal has withdrawn his order. The court said that from Tuesday there will be both virtual and physical debate in the High Court.
registrar of high court Instructions have come from the side that work will be done as before the ban. But the presiding officer in the court has been given the responsibility that he will ensure that not more than 10 people will stay together in the court room. At the same time, only 6 chairs will be available for advocates. The presiding officer will have or have the right to block anyone’s entry into the courtroom. On the other hand, as per the guidelines of Kovid-19, there will be sanitization and other works of the court.
Earlier, in view of the increasing cases of Corona, in the meeting of the Administrative Committee held on Sunday under the chairmanship of Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal, it was decided to conduct virtual hearing of cases from January 3. In cases where advocates will not be able to appear, the courts will not pass any contrary order. In the Advocate General’s office of the High Court, all government lawyers were requested to come to the Chief Permanent Advocate’s office at 9:30 am. Senior judges of the High Court Administrative Committee have taken this decision after talks with the officials of the Bar Association in view of the increasing cases of corona in Lucknow and Prayagraj.