Allahabad High Court to resume operations in full capacity from March 1 – read guidelines
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Allahabad High Court to resume operations in full capacity from March 1 – read guidelines


The Allahabad High Court will be fully operational in a routine manner from March 1, 2021. Chief Justice Govind Mathur issued an order in this regard. As per the order, physical hearing of cases will resume in a routine manner from March 1.
All Judges and their supporting staff will attend the High Court in full strength. Photo Identification Centre and E-ticket counters will remain open as before. However, the High Court has kept the channel of video conferencing open for now.
It is stated that any person who wants to join Court proceedings through Video Conferencing shall have to send an email indicating his/her mobile number along with case details and email id, with a request for being provided a Video Conferencing link to enable him to join the Court proceedings.

Guidelines issue for advocates

Only those Advocates will be permitted to enter in the High Court through E-Pass, whose case(s) are to be taken by the Court on that day.
Gate No. 3, 3A and 5 of the Main Building shall be used for Entry of employees, Advocates and their Clerks.
Gate No. 3B and 4 of the Main Building shall be used for Exit of employees, Advocates and their Clerks. 
Gate No. 9 of the Mediation Centre Building shall be sued for Entry / Exit of employees Advocates and their Clerks.
Litigants will not be permitted to enter the High Court premises except those appearing in-person. 
Lawyers will have to wear black gown and come to the court.
Not more than six Advocates will be permitted to remain in the Court Room at any given time.

COVID-19 guidelines to be followed

Maintaining social distancing and wearing masks will be mandatory
Spitting after eating pan, gutkha will be punishable.


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