Following the recent surge in COVID-19 cases and with several Supreme Court staff members testing positive for COVID-19, all Judges will be conducting proceedings from their respective homes and physical mentioning before the Mentioning Registrar has been suspended. With multiple persons from the Court staff being tested positive, the entire Court premise, including the Courtrooms, is being sanitized. One circular states that as the Judges will now be sitting from their homes, the Benches which were scheduled to sit at 10:30AM, will now sit at 11;30 AM, and those which were scheduled to sit at 11:00AM will sit at 12 noon. Another Circular states that physical mentioning of matters before the Registrar General has been suspended till further orders. However, mentioning of matters through video conferencing will continue.
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