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Virtual court hearings extended till May 15 in J&K, Ladakh

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J&K Chief Justice Pankaj Mithal directed that the filing/hearing of cases in the High Court as well as in the District and Subordinate Courts and Tribunals would be conducted through Virtual court mode till May 15.

 

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This directive was issued keeping in view the alarming surge in COVID-19 cases in the country in general and Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh in particular. As per the directive, physical hearing in respect of any listed matter will be “at the discretion of the Bench concerned subject to the satisfaction of the Bench regarding extreme urgency involved in such matter and thereafter such case shall be taken up for physical hearing on the date fixed by the Bench.”

In case of District and Subordinate Courts and Tribunals in the two UTs, physical hearing in respect of any listed matter will be at the discretion of the judge concerned subject to the satisfaction of the judge regarding extreme urgency involved in such matter.

As per an Order No. 254 issued by the Registrar General, the entry of litigants, public and clerks of the advocates into the court premises from the very outer gate shall be strictly prohibited.

“For filing of cases, Registrars Judicial of both wings of the High Court shall create a dedicated email address of their respective filing counters and notify the same to the advocates/litigants by making it available on the website of the High Court. Ordinarily ‘Before Notice’ matters shall be taken up by each Bench unless urgency in respect of any ‘After Notice’ matter is shown to the satisfaction of the Bench concerned,” the order read.

It said that in order to decongest the sections/offices/Courts, the officials would be permitted to function in batches with 50 percent reduction on rotation basis. “The roster in this regard, shall be formulated by the Registrar Judicial of the concerned wing. The officials, who as per the roster are not on duty in the office, shall not leave the station and shall remain available on telephone and electronic means of communication at all times.

“The Registrars Judicial of both wings of the High Court shall ensure sanitization of the entire High Court complex on every Saturday and Sunday. The staff on duty and the counsel, if any permitted for physical healing, shall take necessary precautions, ensure physical distancing, wearing of mask and observance of SOPs and guidelines issued by the respective governments from time to time,” the order read.

It said that on account of virtual hearing, entry of lawyers in the High Court premises was not required unless any advocate was permitted for physical hearing in any extremely urgent matter.

Almost similar directions were issued for the District and Subordinate Courts and Tribunals.

 

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Jammu Kashmir – Three militants killed, one surrendered in Shopian, Operation is still on

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In a brush between militants and security in the Shopian district of Jammu And Kashmir, 3 militants were encountered by the security. One militant has surrendered. His name is said to be Taufik Ahmed. According to the News Agency ANI the search operation is still on. It was said that the brush has started in Kanigam of the Shopian district and that some militants have been cordoned by the security forces.
Before this, Jammu Kashmir had informed that Shopian where the brush is currently happening, Al Badr hired four militants have been cordoned off. According to the Police, they are trying their best that the militants surrender their themselves along with their weapons.

 

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Last month the security forces had arrested a militant belonging to the Al BADR group seizing weapons and gunpowder. The militant was identified as Gulzar Ahmed Bhatt, resident of Bathpora Arvani Anantnag.

Security Forces had attained great success in March in Sapore of the the Baramula district. In the brush between the militants and the security forces, the latter had encountered the divisional commander Ganai Khwaja of the militant group Al Badr. Weapons and loads of gunpowder were seized from the killed militant.

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J&K Is Ready To Tackle The Pandemic: Advisor RR Bhatnagar

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Today, the advisor to LG JK RR Bhatnagar arrived at Samba District hospital to review the oxygen generation plant which can be made functional at any time.

 

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While talking to JK Media he said “this plant is under testing phase and soon he will be commissioned. Rest all other arrangements are under placement. For those people who are in isolation, we are providing support to them and soon they will get a tele-consulting facility. Apart from this, we have talked with the CMO to provide oxygen and oxygenated beds to the beds that are in need of it. I request everyone who is eligible for the vaccination must get vaccinated. People should wear a mask and should follow the SOPs.”

The in-charge of the oxygen generating plant said that the plant is ready to function and all the arrangements have been done. Earlier DC Anuradha Gupta has also reviewed the oxygen-generating plant.

Amish Mahajan
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JK Media

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With Hospital’ s Negligence A Mother Loses Her Unborn Child

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Sad news coming from SMGS Hospital, Shalamar where a woman has lost her unborn child and the family is alleging that they’ve lost their child due to the hospital’s negligence.

 

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While talking to the media a family member said “today morning around 12:30 we arrived at the hospital. The lady is my sister who has arrived from Punjab. Earlier also she has come here for a check-up. Today, she has come for the check-up and during the check-up, the doctor asked her that they have to immediately operate on her, but before the operation, she has to undergo a RAT test. When she went for the test the doctors there told her that they will start the test at 2 pm but they did the test at 2:30 pm and that too when we insisted. After getting the negative report we went to the operation theatre. At the operation theatre, the doctor asked us that first, they have to prepare the file. To complete the file they took around 2 hours. The pulse rate of the unborn child at 12:30 was around 126 and before the operation, they tore the report and again did an ultrasound and that pulse rate was the same. Then they refused to operate and eventually the child died inside the womb. Still, they are not operating. My sister is also in a critical situation.”

Amish Mahajan
Content Writer
JK Media

 

 

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