- Apprentice Lawyer
A Committee of seven judges of the Supreme Court has confirmed that there will be no physical hearings for now, in light of the growth of COVID-19 cases in the capital.
The Supreme Court, which has been functioning via video conferencing since March 24, will continue to hear cases virtually until the Committee headed by Justice NV Ramana takes a call on June 30.
The resolution, which was being deliberated upon by the seven-judge Committee entrusted with deciding when the Court will open for regular physical hearings, has now been finalised.
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