Gujarat High Court's big verdict

Gujarat: The Chief Justice expressed displeasure when an elderly man's mobile rang during the hearing of a case in the Gujarat High Court. He said that everyone who comes here will have to follow the decorum of the court. The Gujarat High Court has since announced a fine for the mobile phone for ringing.

The penalty is such that if the mobile is played for the first time, a fine of Rs. 100 will have to be paid. A fine of Rs. 500 and a third fine of Rs. 1000 will have to be paid for the second time. Not only that, all three mistakes will have to be deposited in court by 5 p.m. (until the court closes). The incident took place in the court of Gujarat High Court Chief Justice Arvind Kumar and Justice AJ Shastri.

In fact, the phone of an elderly petitioner who appeared inside the courtroom during a hearing in a case started ringing. After which the lawyer argued in the court that the elderly were mentally disturbed due to the court case. That's why he forgot to do it on his mobile phone silent before coming to court. He went to court to file Habeas Corpus for his missing daughter. However, as soon as the mobile bell rang, the old man had left the court.

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