The Delhi High Court on Monday granted one last opportunity to all the stakeholders concerned to submit their suggestions for enhancing security at various court complexes in Delhi..The Division Bench of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Jyoti Patel set October 29 as the last date for filing these suggestions and listed the case for orders on November 8. .“No further time shall be granted to file further suggestion by any of the respondents. If anybody wants to file any suggestion they are welcome but the same shall be filed on or before 29 October 2021. The matter is adjourned on 8 November,” the Chief Justice dictated in his order..The High Court was hearing a suo motu Public Interest Litigation (PIL) initiated after firing at the Rohini Court complex last month..Several stakeholders including the Delhi Police, Delhi High Court Bar Association and Bar Council of Delhi have already filed their suggestions before the Court..On Monday ASG Chetan Sharma appeared for the Delhi Police and informed the court that it has taken several steps for enhancing security at courts. .The steps by the Delhi Police include the installation of 85 metal detectors, 2,300 CCTVs, 125 hand-held detectors and physical checking points. Sharma added that tenders for x-ray machines have also been issued while the existing equipment are being repaired..The Delhi Bar Association of Tis Hazari court however asked the bench for more time to file its suggestions after which the Court gave a final opportunity..Senior Advocate Mohit Mathur appeared for the Delhi High Court Bar Association whereas Advocate KC Mittal appeared for the Saket Bar Assocition. .Advocate Robin Raju appeared for Deepa Joseph, a lawyer who has also petitioned the High Court seeking measures to enhance security measures in Courts. Joseph's petition is also being heard along with the suo motu case.