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All HC orders of ad-interim bail extended

28 July 2021


Staff Reporter :
The tenure of bail and all types of ad-interim orders has been extended for another one month considering the ongoing Covid-19 situation.
Md Golam Rabbani, Registrar of the High Court Division of the Supreme Court, on Monday night issued a notification to this effect under the order of Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain.
The tenure of the court orders that granted bail to the accused for a specific period and the High Court orders that granted ad-interim bail to accused on condition of their surrender to lower courts concerned and the ad-interim court orders issued in connection with the cases have been extended for the next one month, the notification said.
On June 27, the HC registrar office issued a similar notification to this effect extending the validity of bail and other ad-interim orders for one month.
The Chief Justice has recently decided to administer court functions across the country on a limited scale in order to prevent the surge of Covid-19 pandemic. 

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