SC E-Committee Notifies Draft Rules on Live Streaming and Recording of Court Proceedings; Objections Invited

On Monday, the E-committee of the Supreme Court headed by Justice DY Chandrachud published Draft Rules for Live Streaming and Recording of Court Proceedings. The Draft rules state that to imbue greater transparency, inclusivity and foster access to justice, it is expedient to set up infrastructure and the framework to enable live-streaming and recording of

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  1. Please post this final one

    The recording should be for the the entire proceedings of the day unless otherwise excluded specifically by any order or otherwise specified in the rules here under..
    Any pause or stopping of live streaming of audio video streaming by the PO should be recorded for that time in a separate court diary, kept specifically for this purpose; so that the concerned PO is answerable/accountable for the same.

    The audio video recording and streaming document shell be a public document and data shall be kept for a specific duration of minimum one or two years with proper backups.

    This will ensure that the operation of the court proceedings in a more transparent and shall also make all the stakeholders of the courtroom including the PO to be responsible, accountable for their act/actions in the court room.

    This will also ensure & and control the actions of the presiding judge and all the concerned advocates and parties of the case and the general public in the courtroom in a LEGITIMATE PRESCRIBED MANNER without any bias or taking undue advantage.

    This will ensure more transperancy of the judiciary and also add more weight and value to the basic purpose of A/V RECORDING & LIVE STREAMING to the general public at large.

    This will also be useful to evaluate the OPERATION & EFFICIENCY of the respective PO and to check any plausible errors and take necessary corrective action by the concerned Authorities and legal department..

    The very basic purpose of this very cause and action of A/V RECORDING & LIVE STREAMING will be served in much better way..


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