Islamabad district courts to open with 100 pc attendance from June 21
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After a visible decrease in coronavirus cases, the Islamabad district courts will start working with full attendance from June 21, reported 24News HD TV channel on Saturday.
The district and sessions judges of Islamabad East and West issued an office order stating that the district courts would start working from June 21 with 100 percent attendance. The copies of the office order, in this regard, have been forwarded to the judges of district and sessions courts and the president of Islamabad High Court Bar Association.
Islamabad High Court management committee had decided to reopen the courts in a meeting held on June 14.
Earlier, the number of judges had been decreased due to the coronavirus pandemic.