Bhubaneswar: The office of the Odisha Human Rights Commission (OHRC) will remain closed till January 25 in view of the detection of several COVID-19 cases among the employees.
“This is for information of all concerned that in view of sudden rise of COVID-19 infections in the state as well as detection of positive cases amongst the officers and staff in the office of the Odisha Human Rights Commission, in order to adopt strict social distancing and isolation measures to stop further spread of COVID-19 infections, the Commission shall remain completely shutdown from 17.01.2022 to 25.01.2022 (both days Inclusive),” the OHRC said in a notice.
“During this period, matters of extremely urgent in nature shall only be taken up for hearing through virtual mode. During the above period of shutdown, the complaints/ petitions shall be filed through official email ([email protected]) only,” the commission said.
“For such urgent hearing, the party may contact over cell No. 9437092632 (Private Secretary to Hon’ble Chairperson). Extremely urgent matters can be taken up/heard after obtaining permission from the Hon’ble Chairperson. The party (ies)/ Person(s) interested for virtual hearing shall provide their mobile number and email ID well in advance,” it added.