Ayodhya:Security beefed up at Allahabad High Court

Allahabad High Court
Lucknow, Sep 29: As India is wrapped in unprecedented security ahead of the Ayodhya verdict on Sep 30, detailed security measures to thwart any untoward incident in the court premises has been prescribed for the Allahabad High Court.

Security has been be beefed up at the Allahabad High Court as the Lucknow Bench is scheduled to deliver its verdict in the 60-year Ram Temple-Babri Masjid dispute at 3:30 pm on Thursday, Sep 30.

Security personnel would be deployed at the entrance of the court, the Registrar said in a press statement detailing the security arrangements for the day.

All lawyers have been requested to follow the directions of the security agencies and carry with them the identity card issued by the Oudh Bar Association, while other lawyers are advised to bring any other suitable mode of identification, the statement added.

Lawyers, who have no listed matters on that date, have also been asked not to come to the court premises.

Only those litigants whose maters are listed on that date, will be allowed to enter the court premises on collecting a pass. The court has also requested litigants to avoid coming to court on the day.

The entry into the court room, where the judgment will be pronounced, will be restricted only to the parties and their lawyers, who will be given special passes on that date.

Mobile phones will not be allowed inside the court room.

Special arrangements have been made for the assistance of the media in the Collector's Compound by the District Administration, the press release informed.

Officers and staff members of the court have been requested not to bring their vehicles inside the court premises. The only exception would be judges' cars and official cars.

There will be no parking in the parking lot of the court. The parking arrangements are being rearranged and the District Administration will notify the arrangements separately, the statement added.

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