- Corona spreading rapidly in Maharashtra
- Bombay High Court will remain closed for 2 days
- Holiday declared on 12, 13 and 14 April
In view of the increase in COVID-19 cases in Mumbai (Mumbai) and the rest of Maharashtra (Bombay), the Bombay High Court on Tuesday decided to remain closed for two more days in addition to the scheduled holidays next week. This effectively means that the High Court will remain closed for the entire week commencing from 12 April. Since the holidays for Gudi Padwa and BR Ambedkar Jayanti had already been declared on April 12, 13 and 14, the High Court on Tuesday observed the holidays on April 15 and in view of the increasing number of Kovid-19 cases in Mumbai. Decided to increase to 16.
In view of the additional leave in the next week, the High Court has decided to work on June 19, July 3 and 17 (Saturday). A division bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Dutt and Justice GS Kulkarni on Tuesday said that due to the current status of Kovid-19, it will hear cases from April 7 to reduce the physical presence of lawyers and litigants in a hybrid format (both physical and Video conference).
Corona rising rapidly in India, more than 80 percent of new cases from these 8 states
Let us tell you that 55,469 new cases of coronavirus were reported in Maharashtra on Tuesday, after which the total cases increased to 31,13,354. With this, 297 more patients died due to the epidemic, taking the death toll to 56,330. There are 4,72,283 patients under Kovid-19 in the state. According to a release issued by the department, 25,83,331 patients have been cured so far.
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