Proceedings in SC's court no 3 halted briefly over weak false ceiling alarm
The proceedings in the Supreme Court's court no 3 were interrupted briefly after a lawyer drew the attention of the judges towards a weak false ceiling. Taking note of the concern, a bench of Justices S A Bobde and S K Kaul halted the proceedings and retired to their chambers.
An advocate appearing for Uttarakhand government told the bench that a panel in the false ceiling is partially broken and may fall anytime. During the 15-minute break, officials of the CPWD swung in action and inspected the ceiling and informed that there was no serious issue involved, a court official said, adding that around 11:45 am, the bench resumed the daily business.
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