HC judges pay homage to COVID-19 victims
The judges and employees of the High Court of Karnataka on Tuesday assembled at open house in entrance of the High Court and paid homage to the court docket employees and advocates who misplaced their life to COVID-19.
All the judges, led by Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka, the senior officers of the court docket’s registry, and representatives of the Bar Association noticed a two-minute silence by following COVID-19 protocol of sporting masks and sustaining social distancing. Similarly, judges of the district and taluk court docket too had assembled of their respective locations throughout the State and paid homage to the victims..
As many as 218 advocates, 5 employees of the High Court, and 24 employees of the district and trial court docket had succumbed to COVID-19 thus far, stated a communication issued by T.G. Shivashankare Gowda, in-charge Registrar General of the High Court.