Shillong, June 2 : The Meghalaya High Court on Tuesday further extended the suspension of its functioning and its subordinate courts till June 30.
“Considering the prevalent situation of unceasing COVID-19 pandemic globally and extension of lockdown in containment zones by the Government of India, the Chief Justice, is pleased further direct that normal functioning of the High Court and Court subordinate to it shall remain suspended till June 30,2020 or until further notice,” a Meghalaya High Court circular stated.
The modalities for taking up matters of extreme urgency – as already notified in the circular March 25,2020 – shall continue during the aforesaid period.
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