Hyderabad High Court to remain closed for Dasara vacations from Oct 3

Hyderabad, Oct 1: The High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad for the State of Telangana and the State of Andhra Pradesh will remain closed for Dussehra holidays 2016 begining from Monday the 3rd to 7th October (Both days inclusive).
During the Vacation, the following Judges will be sitting at the High Court for hearing the mattes from 4th to 6th October are Jusice C Praven Kumar and Justice T Sunil Chowdary to look after Division Bench matters and Justice S V Bhatt at Single Bench.
Justice S V Bhatt at Single Bench will also take up Writ Petitions, after completion of Division bench works, their lordship's will take up single bench matters. After division bench works, Justice C. Praveen Kumar will take up Single Bench Criminal matters.
Source: Vishwas News


  
  

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