The Madhya Pradesh High Court administration on Saturday declared non-working days on April 19 and 20 to break the chain of coronavirus transmission and sanitise the court premises.
Madhya Pradesh High Court registrar general R K Vani issued the order to this effect.
As per the order, April 19 and 20 have been declared as non-working days for the principal seat in Jabalpur and benches in Indore and Gwalior along with the registry offices.
The decision was taken due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, to break the chain of transmission and to undertake extensive sanitisation of the court premises, the order stated.
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