Allahabad HC asks media not to speculate on judgement
The Lucknow bench of Allahabad high court has asked the media not to speculate about the judgement till it has the copy of the operational part of the order on September 30.
Lucknow: The Lucknow bench of Allahabad
high court, which is to pronounce the judgement on the Ayodhya
title suits, has asked the media not to speculate about the
judgement till it has the copy of the operational part of the
order on September 30.
"Press/Media are requested not to speculate about the
judgement until they have a copy of the issues answered by the
Court and the operational part of the order," Registrar of
the Lucknow bench said in a statement issued here.
He said for the assistance of the media special
arrangements would be made at the collectorate by the district
"A special website
www.allahabadhighcourt.in/ayodhyabench.html will be made
available on which the gist of the issues, the operational
part of the order and the final judgement will be made
available," the Registrar said.
The court has asked the lawyers to follow the
directions of security agencies and carry with them the
identity card issued by the Oudh Bar Association.
Lawyers, who have no listed matters on that date, have
been requested not to come to the court.
"Only those litigants whose matters are listed on
September 30 will be allowed to enter into the court premises
on collecting a pass," the Registrar said adding litigants
have been requested to avoid coming to the court.
Entry to the court room, where the judgement will be
delivered, would be restricted only to parties to the suit and
their lawyers who will be given special passes on that date.
Mobile phones would not be allowed in the court room
where no staff members, except those directly connected with
the court proceedings, would be allowed entry.