In line with the Government advisories and as a measure to contain the spread of COVID 19 pandemic, the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) has adjourned all the matters listed before it, including the matters listed in Registrar's Court, till April 15, 2020.
Vide a circular issued on Monday, i.e. March 16, pursuant to a meeting between the Commission's President and all the members, it has been clarified that the Commission will take up only those matters in which urgent hearing is required.
The following matters will be treated as the matters requiring urgent hearing:
As per the circular, matters in which most urgent hearing is sought will be mentioned before the Listing Officer Mr. lqbal Ahmed, Deputy Registrar in Registrar's Court on the 4th Floor and will require his approval for such listing. If an Advocate or a party in person is not satisfied with the decision of the Listing Officer, he will be entitled to mention the matter before the concerned Bench for urgent listing.
Inter alia, it has been instructed: