The Madras High Court on Wednesday asked the Registrar (Administration) to examine measures to ensure that the green and clean atmosphere of the court campus is maintained at all times (N Rajkumar v.The Registrar Administration and ors). .The Court was dealing with a 2017 public interest litigation (PIL) petition which sought to make the Court campus cleaner, more accessible, and litter-free..Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee also assured the petitioner that he would join in the efforts to make the court campus cleaner."One Sunday, come with broomstick and bucket, I will also come and we will clean the High Court together ... One of you meet the Registrar (Administration), he will take me out for a walk, and small issues that need to be addressed, we will address. All of this post Independence day and provided that third wave is not there," he orally remarked..The Bench which also comprised Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy observed in its interim order today that the campus has looked greener and cleaner as of late, although it has come at the cost of litigants and lawyers being kept out due to second surge of the COVID-19 pandemic..Will implement concrete suggestions: Madras High Court in PIL to make Court litter-free, accessible to Persons with Disabilities.The Court proceeded to record that certain suggestions have been made on affidavit by the petitioner before the Court, which may be adopted. The Registrar (Administration) was, therefore, asked to file a report after examining this affidavit in six weeks' time. .The petitioner also flagged several issues pertaining to lack of accessibility to courts for persons with disabilities, the elderly and others. The Court, in response, asked the Registrar to look into such issues as well. ."Registrar (Administration) will also look into the access problems referred to by the petitionerm particularly for persons with disabilities, elderly citizens and others who may be infirm. Better lift facilities may also be explored, particularly in small causes court area. The Registrar may also indicate whether wheelchairs are available for persons with disabilities to move around in the same", stated the order..Further, the Court suggested that ambulances be kept ready at the court campus after the petitioner raised concern over this aspect. ."There may also be a need for more than one ambulance to be kept on the ready, since such emergency vehicle will cater to all present on the campus irrespective of status or position," the Court said.