Srinagar: Srinagar Complex of Jammu and Kashmir High Court, was closed for two days, after few paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel posted her were declared positive for Covid-19.
The order to this effect was issued by the Registrar General of Jammu and Kashmir High Court Jawad Ahmed, after the disclosure of some CRPF personnel posted deployed here testing positive for coronavirus.
The order issued by the Registrar General reads, “As informed by the in charge CRPF High Court of J&K at Srinagar, some CRPF personnel deployed at Srinagar wing of the High Court of J&K have tested COVID positive,”
The order further reads, “As per Standard Operating Procedures issued by the Government, access to the High Court premises in Srinagar wing of the High Court of J&K has to remain closed for two days for sanitization purpose.”
As per the order, no person except the sanitization workers will be permitted entry into the High Court premises on 8th and 9th of July, 2020.
Making a mention of pending cases listed for the two days of closure, the order reads that these shall be taken up for consideration by Srinagar wing of the High Court of J&K on 10th of July 2020, adding that dates in other matters will be given by the concerned Bench Secretary and will be posted on the website of the High Court of J&K on 11th of July 2020.”
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