All courts of Delhi will remain closed t Delhi
All courts of Delhi will remain closed till 15 April
On Wednesday, the effect of the police's strictness and the Prime Minister's appeal are visible on the streets. Every street in Delhi-NCR, including the entire country, has silence in the streets. Most people are imprisoned in homes.
However, people are moving out of their homes to buy essential goods. Police and paramilitary personnel of all cities, including Delhi Police, are vigilant in the colonies from major routes to ensure strict curfew.
Only those who are employed in essential service are being let out. Police are appealing to the exit from the police to stay in their homes. So far, 59 positive cases have been reported in Delhi-NCR.
In view of the announcement of the 21-day lockdown in the country, the Delhi High Court has decided to suspend the functioning of all the district courts of Delhi by 15 April and also, if possible, the concerned district, session judges, its judges and other staff, officers May be allowed to work from home.