Hon’ble Mr. Justice Govind Mathur
Hon'ble The Chief Justice
High Court of Judicature at Allahabad
Hon’ble Mr. Justice Pankaj Naqvi
Dedicated Email ID for Filling Fresh Bail & Others Urgent Applications
As per the direction of Hon’ble High Court’s direction via letter dated 05.05.2020, a below mentioned dedicated email id for this Judgeship has been created.
The advocates/litigants may use the above email id for filling the fresh Bail or Others Urgent Applications including written arguments. As per the Hon’ble District Judge Admin Order dated 06.05.2020, advocates/litigants may send their Bail or Others urgent applications including written arguments between 07:00AM - 12:00 Noon.
“Virtual Court is a concept aimed at eliminating presence if litigant or lawyer in the Court and adjudication of the case online.”
As per the direction of the Hon’ble High Court, a Virtual Court has been established in the Central Conference Hall, Ground Floor, Ten Court Building of Sessions Court premises of this Judgeship. In this Virtual Court, a video conferencing system has been established using Jitsi Meet software. This software has been installed in one local server, which can be interconnected even without internet. .
Operating on the concept of video conferencing, the judges will be able to hear the case sitting in a separate room (In their Chamber) while the lawyers and the petitioners can put forward their submissions from another room (Virtual Court) of the court campus. .
People believe that the name Hardoi comes from distorted version of its earlier name Haridrohi, which is a Hindi word that means "anti to the God". According to Hindu theology, in the past it was ruled by a king Hiranyakashipu, who didn’t have faith in God, but instead declared himself as God. He wanted the people to pray to him, but later his own son Prahlad rebelled. He tried to kill his own son by various means, but was unsuccessful. Later, to save Prahlad, God himself came in disguise, such that he was neither human nor animal, and killed Hiranyakashipu. According to some scholars, the term "Hardoi" originated from the term "Haridwaya" which means two gods. Since there were two gods, Vamana Bhagavan (in the regime of King Bali) and Narasimha Bhagavan (in the regime of King Hiranyakashipu) had been incarnated hence the place called Haridwaya and later called Hardoi.Divisions :
Hardoi district has 5 tehsils, Hardoi, Shahabad, Sawayajpur, Bilgram and Sandila. These tehsils consist of 19 blocks, Ahirori, Hariyava, Sursa, Shahabad, Bharkhani,B haravan, Harpalpur, Bilgram, Madhoganj, Mallavan, Tadiyavan, Todarpur, Kothavma, Sandila, Behndar, Pihani, Sandi, Kachona, Bawan, 191 Nyay panchayat, 1101gram sabha and 1983 revenue villages (1883 of them are inhabited). The district has seven nagar palika parishads (municipal boards) and six nagar panchayats.
This district is a district of the Lucknow Commissionary in Uttar Pradesh Province of India, it is situated in between 2653 to 2746 north latitude and 7941 to 8046 east longitude. Its north border touches Shahjahanpur district and Lakhimpur Kheri district.
Lucknow (Capital of U.P.) and Unnao are situated at the southern border. The western border touches Kanpur (Industrial City of U.P.) and Farrukhabad district and on the eastern border the Gomati River separates the district from the Sitapur district. 'Nemisharayan, the Pilgrim of Dwapar age' is just 45km from district headquarters.