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Coronavirus lockdown: Telangana HC suspends judicial work till April 14; interim orders extended till June 7
The urgent matters shall be submitted by the advocates/litigants by way of an email to the Registrar General.
In view of the nationwide lockdown to contain the spread of novel Coronavirus, COVID-19, the Telangana High Court, Hyderabad has decided to suspend all its regular administrative and judicial work till April 14.
Work before courts subordinate to the Telangana High Court and Tribunals situated in the State of Telangana has also been suspended till April 14.
As per the Notification issued today, the High Court will, nonetheless, take up extremely urgent matters on Monday, Wednesday and Friday every week till then.
Vide a separate order passed by the three-Judge Bench of Chief Justice RS Chauhan, Justices Ramachandra Rao and A Rajshekhar Reddy, all interim orders by the High Court and the courts subordinate to it, which are subsisting as on March 20, 2020 and have either expired or will expire thereafter, stand automatically extended till June 7, 2020.
Any orders of an Executing Court after February 15 shall also be kept in abbeyance till further orders, High Court has ordered.