Delhi High Court dismisses Omar Abdullah's plea to modify office order mandating consent of both sides for final hearings amid the pandemic

The office order for "listing of certain matters with the consent of both the sides" had been issued by the Court's Registrar General on April 26, 2020.
Delhi High Court dismisses Omar Abdullah's plea to modify office order mandating consent of both sides for final hearings amid the pandemic
Omar Abdullah

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday dismissed a plea moved by Omar Abdullah seeking a modification of an office order which called for consent from both sides to a case before the matter can be finally heard during the Court's restricted functioning amid the pandemic.

The office order for "listing of certain matters with the consent of both the sides" had been issued by the Court's Registrar General on April 26, 2020.

It stated that the all the counsel appearing in cases ripe for arguments may move an application jointly for the case to be taken up.

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