PM Modi and President Biden talk on Corona crisis, learn what happened- In view of the outbreak of Corona (COVID-19 Pandemic), Allahabad High Court has issued new guidelines for the district courts, tribunals and family courts of the state. Under this, the trial of cases will now be done only in virtual mode. No case will be heard by being physically present. The High Court has barred the entry of lawyers and litigants, stamp vendors, advocates and clerks into the court premises. Acting Chief Justice Sanjay Yadav has given this order in view of Corona’s growing transition.
The High Court has directed that only fresh bail, advance bail, remand and urgent cases will be heard. For this, the duty of one or more judicial officers will not be imposed. Duty will be levied on a rotation basis. The trial will be heard only through video conferencing from the district court or judicial officer’s residence. The duty of employees will also be imposed on the basis of rotation. Previously issued guidelines will be applicable for the remaining cases. Earlier, the High Court had allowed the trial of the cases in virtual and physical mode. But this order has been revised keeping in view the increasing rate of infection. Registrar Protocol Ashish Kumar Srivastava gave this information.
Significantly, due to Corona infection, the Chief Justice of the High Court is also infected. Apart from this, many employees and lawyers of the High Court and district courts are also in the grip of infection. This decision has been taken in view of the pace of infection.
Duty will be imposed on the basis of rotation
The High Court has directed that only new cases, bail and advance bail, remand and urgent cases will be heard. For this, the duty of one or more judicial officers will not be imposed. Duty will be imposed on the basis of rotation. The duty of employees will also be imposed on the basis of rotation. You will be heard through video conferencing from the district court or judicial officer’s residence.
Previously issued guidelines will continue to be applicable
Previously issued guidelines will continue to be applicable for the remaining cases. Earlier, the High Court had allowed the trial of the cases in virtual and physical mode. But this order has been revised keeping in view the increasing rate of infection.
Only virtual hearing of cases in Pradhan Peeth Prayagraj
In view of the increasing outbreak of Corona infection There was a long phone conversation between PM Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden on Monday night. The two leaders discussed the current state of the corona virus in their countries, including steps taken to curb the second wave of corona virus through ongoing vaccination efforts in India, ensuring supply of critical medicines, medical and healthcare equipment. Is included.
In a conversation with PM Modi, President Biden expressed solidarity with India and ensured that the United States is committed to providing medical, ventilator-like resources quickly to India and sources of raw materials needed for the manufacture of the convicted vaccine. We will also make it available to India by identifying it. Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the offer of support and support received by the United States government. The PM noted India’s commitment to combat the Kovid epidemic globally through Vaccine Friendship, and participation in COVAX and the Quad Vaccine Initiative.
The Prime Minister also emphasized the need to ensure an open supply chain of raw materials and inputs required for the manufacture of vaccines, medicines, and therapeutics related to COVID-19. The two leaders spoke on the potential of Indo-US partnership in vaccine development and supply to fight the Kovid epidemic and directed their respective officials to maintain close coordination and cooperation in their efforts in this area. To ensure quick and affordable access to vaccines and medicines for countries, President Biden was informed of India’s initiative in the WTO to waive the agreement criteria on TRIPS. The two leaders agreed to remain in regular contact.
US President Joe Biden said in a tweet on Sunday, “At the beginning of the epidemic when our hospitals were full and at the time India sent help to America, in the same way, we also help India in the hour of need.” Are committed to.
I Will work 24 hours to help India
The US ambassador to the United Nations said on Monday that Washington would work 24 hours to help India facing a “catastrophic” rise in cases of Kovid-19 and that it would supply raw materials, ventilators, oxygen production for vaccines. And is working on providing every support including financial assistance for vaccination expansion.
Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield said, “I want to take a minute to tell you about the terrible situation in India.” The recent increase in the cases of Kovid-19 there is quite terrible. America stands with the people of India. ”He said that the United States is doing all that it can to provide India with all the help, including raw materials for vaccines, ventilators, oxygen production supplies, quick test kits and financial support for vaccination expansion. Which he can do. n, the Allahabad High Court’s head bench, Prayagraj, will have the only virtual hearing of cases. Admission of cases will also be done online from Tuesday 27 April. There will be no admission of cases by being physically present.