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Delhi Court Officials directed to stop using banned Chinese apps for official work

An order to this effect was passed on September 10 by Officer In-charge (Computers), Tis Hazari Courts with the approval of the District & Sessions Judge (HQ), Delhi.

Aditi Singh

The Office of District & Sessions Judge (HQ), Delhi has issued a direction to all Delhi Courts to stop using banned Chinese apps for official work.

Non-compliance of direction shall be viewed seriously, the order states.

An order to this effect was passed on September 10 by Officer In-charge (Computers), Tis Hazari Courts with the approval of the District & Sessions Judge (HQ), Delhi.

The Authority took notice of the fact that certain orders and circulars were uploaded on the official website after being scanned through a "banned Chinese App".

"Keeping in view the above and to comply with the directions of Govt. of India, all officials of the Delhi District Courts are directed to stop the use of all banned Chinese Applications in official work immediately. The Officials dealing with the website of the Delhi District Court(s) are also directed to find out all such uploaded documents which apparently provide an impression that same are scanned/copied with the help of banned Chinese Applications and either re-upload afresh or in cropped manner."
the order reads.

The erring officers who do not comply with this direction would face disciplinary action, it is stated.

Read the Order:

Banned Chinese App Notice- Delhi Courts.pdf
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