KATHMANDU, June 22: The Supreme Court has decided to add workload and services if the infection of COVID-19 continues to decline. The plenary meeting of the Supreme Court on Monday decided to add work and services by implementing public health standards.
Devendra Dhakal, Joint Spokesperson at Supreme Court, informed that a plenary meeting decided to expand the work and services after the transmission rate continues to decline. According to him, the current management and service delivery will be continued till June 28. He said that the hearing of the reconciliation cases, withdrawing cases and petitioner seeking repetition of the case, among others, will be continued till June 28.
Similarly, the work of the High Court, District Court, other courts and tribunals will be carried out in accordance with the plenary meeting of the Supreme Court on May 13.