Supreme Court Allows Live Streaming Of Cases of Constitutional importance

The Supreme Court agreed to live-streaming and video recording of court proceedings, saying “sunlight is the best disinfectant”. The Supreme Court allowed live streaming of cases of Constitutional importance that take place in the Court of the Chief Justice of India.
The bench said that they want to implement the concept of ‘open court’ in a bid to decongest the court. As per the court the public had a “right to know” what happens inside the courtroom. The decision came on the back of a clutch of petitions filed by senior lawyer Indira Jaisingh, law student Snehil Tripathi and NGO Centre For Accountability and Systemic Change
Source- The Economic Times


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