ISLAMABAD-Chief Justice of Islamabad Excessive Courtroom (IHC) Justice AtharMinallahon Wednesday barred the courts from ordering exparte proceedings or dismissing petitions for non-prosecution within the present state of affairs of the pandemic Coronavirus.
On this regard, the IHC Chief Justice issued an workplace order saying that consequent upon the request made by Islamabad Bar Council in addition to President Islamabad Excessive Courtroom Bar Affiliation, the IHC CJ ordered that owing to the prevailing emergency state of affairs within the nation, the interval of limitation prescribed by legal guidelines in submitting appeals and petitions on this court docket in addition to within the civil and district courts of Islamabad until the time the state of affairs returns to normalcy, shall be deemed to be condoned and the court docket shall be deemed to be closed through the related interval within the public curiosity.
It additional mentioned that Justice Athar has additionally ordered that through the above state of affairs, exparte proceedings or orders relating to dismissal for non-prosecution shall not be ordered by the courts.
The IHC official additionally instructed that Chief Justice Athar would additionally go to Islamabad district courts on Thursday (at this time) to see the preparations and precautionary measures.
On this connection, he mentioned that everybody is strictly suggested to look at the coverage of social distancing.