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Appellate Division to operate virtually 3 days weekly from Apr 12

UNB, Dhaka
Appellate Division to operate virtually 3 days weekly from Apr 12

The Appellate Division of Supreme Court (SC) will operate virtually for three days weekly from April 12, to prevent the transmission of Coronavirus.

Directed by the Chief Justice Appellate Division registrar Md Badrul Alam Bhuiya issued a circular on Sunday in this regard.

The directive will remain in action until further notice.

The Appellate Division will operate on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9 am to 12 pm on limited scale.

Appellate Division remained closed from April 5 during the nationwide lockdown.

Only virtual Chamber Bench operated on Tuesday and Thursday from 11 am during the lockdown.

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