The Delhi High Court on Friday decided to extend till April 3 the ongoing restrictions on its functioning in view of the coronavirus outbreak.
A circular issued by the high court made public its decision.
The circular also indicated the judges who would be conducting proceedings during the period of restricted functioning.
"The Administrative and General Supervision Committee has resolved that in order to combat the impending threat of coronavirus, the functioning of this court continue to stand restricted till April 3," the circular said.
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