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Work at Mohali District Courts resumes

No hearing will be held on non-urgent matters, except anticipatory bail and stay matters

Work at Mohali District Courts resumes

Work at the District Courts here started with the filing of new cases after about three months of hiatus.

Tribune News Service

Mohali, June 16

Work at the District Courts here started with the filing of new cases after about three months of hiatus.

Disclosing this here today, Manpreet Singh Chahal, president of the District Bar Association, Mohali, said that now

all kind of new cases could be filed in the court apart from urgent matters.

As of now, the court will hear only urgent matters. Fresh non-urgent matters will be adjourned for the time being till the next date.

Chahal said in a meeting held with the District and Sessions Judge, Rajinder Singh Rai, it was agreed that to curb the spread of coronavirus in the courts complex, minimum attendance of general public should be ensured. No hearing would be held on non-urgent matters, except anticipatory bail and stay matters.

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