Delhi High Court: Ban on use of paper in Delhi courts completely

In view of the ever-increasing cases of Corona in Delhi, an important decision has been taken by the Delhi High Court.

The use of paper has been completely banned in the seven district courts of Delhi, including the High Court. A circular has been issued in this regard towards the Delhi High Court.

In a circular issued on Tuesday by the registrar of the High Court, it has been said that notices, summons, and postal are being completely banned in all courts related to Delhi.

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This prohibition will continue until the situation becomes normal in Delhi. All courts should do all these functions through e-medium.

The circular states that all courts must strictly follow the order. This can protect the courts from danger like a corona. Also, in this difficult time, this is an effort to reduce the additional burden on other departments.

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The circular has asked the officers of the courts to apply the same in other cases as e-mail and WhatsApp are being used to hear bail petitions. Orders, summons, notices, or postage should be exchanged by e-mail.

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The condition of coronavirus infection in the national capital Delhi is getting worse. An average of 1250 new cases of COVID-19 infection is reported daily.

Since 1 June, 10,000 new cases have been reported in just eight days. While it took 79 days to reach the first 10,000 cases. The analysis of the data released by the Delhi government has revealed this.

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Coronavirus infection cases in Delhi were 10,000 to 20,000 in 13 days. The first case of the infection was reported in Delhi on March 1, when an East Delhi businessman was found infected with COVID-19 after returning from Italy.

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The figures of the Delhi government show that by May 18, the total number of cases of Covid-19 had gone up to 10054, with an average of 127 new patients coming to the national capital every day.

This figure increased to 19,844 in the next 13 days. The number of patients who died due to this epidemic also increased almost three times from 160 on 18 May to 473 on 31 May.