HC Issues Orders For Reopening Of Civil Courts In Hyderabad
The Unit Heads of the City Civil Courts unit and the City Small Causes Courts unit at Hyderabad have been directed to reopen all the courts in their units.
Hyderabad | 8th November 2020
The Telangana High Court has decided to extend the physical hearing of the matters in all the courts in the state except some courts in Hyderabad judicial district, by following the instructions in Phase II of the SOP dated June 8 upto November 30, and those in Phase III upto December 31, in consultation with the respective Administrative Judges.
In addition, the Unit Heads of the City Civil Courts unit at Hyderabad and the City Small Causes Courts unit at Hyderabad have been directed to reopen all the courts in their respective units, by following the instructions in Phane I in the SOP dated June 8.
The Presiding Officers of the courts including those of the Metropolitan Sessions Judge at Hyderabad, the Special Judge for Trial of Cases against MPs/MLAs at Hyderabad (1 and 2 part of MSJ Unit, Hyderabad), the Principal CBI Judge at Hyderabad, the Principal ACS Judge at Hyderabad, the Additional ACB Judge at Hyderabad, and the Special Judge Under the Prevention of Corruption Act for Speedy Trial of Cases of Embezzlement of Scholarship Amounts in Social Welfare Department etc. at Hyderabad (3 to 6 parts of the CBI Unit, Hyderabad) have been directed to continue the present practice of hearing and conducting trials in respect of pending cases relating to MPs and MLAs.
It said that the Presiding Officers of the above courts would take up the hearing of the pending cases before their courts against MPs/MLAs, as expeditiously as possible, but adhering in letter and spirit to the timeline fixed by the High Court.
The Unit Heads of the Metropolitan Sessions Judge courts and the CBI courts at Hyderabad have been directed to reopen all the other courts in their units, except the courts that were mentioned in paragraph 3, by following the SOP.
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