Will take decision on resumption of physical court hearing after consulting medical experts: SC
The Supreme Court Tuesday said it will take appropriate decision about resumption of physical court hearing after consulting medical experts who have advised that assembly of people in the court at present could lead to spread of Covid-19. A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde, while hearing a petition which has raised the issue of problems faced during hearing conducted through video-conferencing, said that advice of medical experts on the issue is most important.
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