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JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Thursday ordered that courts will continue to function through virtual mode till January 15, 2021. In an order, Registrar General J&K High Court, Jawad Ahmed, said, “After taking feedback with regard to the prevailing situation due to the spread of COVID-19 infection and also the latest SOPs and Guidelines of the Government in vogue, by virtue of the Full Court Resolution dated 31.05.2020, the High Court Order No. 456/GS dated 12.10.2020, read with Order No. 529 dated 02.11.2020, is extended up to January 15, 2021.”
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