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Supreme Court To Consider Bar Request To Advance Summer Vacations From May 7 Amid COVID19 Second Wave

first_imgTop StoriesSupreme Court To Consider Bar Request To Advance Summer Vacations From May 7 Amid COVID19 Second Wave LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK26 April 2021 2:54 AMShare This – xTaking into account the COVID19 second wave, the Chief Justice of India has agreed to consider the request made by the bar to advance the summer break of the Supreme Court by a week from May 7.The CJI NV Ramana had a meeting with the representatives of the Bar Council of India, Supreme Court Bar Association and Supreme Court Advocates on Record Association.A final decision in this regard will be taken after a full court meeting.The SCBA had yesterday requested the Court to prepone the summer break.The Chief Justice of India has also principally agreed to provide suitable area for establishing medical facilities for at least 60 beds and other facilities like RT-PCR test, Vaccination etc, a message sent by SCAORA Secretary Dr. Joseph Aristotle said.TagsSupreme Court COVID19 Supreme Court Bar Association(SCBA) #SCAORA Next Storylast_img

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