Supreme Court to live stream of constitution bench proceedings from September 27


Published by: Kishore Ghosh | Posted: September 21, 2022 3:39 pm| Updated: September 21, 2022 3:39 pm

Supreme Court to live stream of constitution bench proceedings from September 27  Sangbad Pratidin

News Daily Digital Desk: The hearing of the Constitution Bench will be seen live on the website of the Supreme Court from September 27. Under the leadership of Chief Justice UU Lalit, the decision in this regard has already been finalized. This decision of the Supreme Court is being called historic. The high-level meeting of the judges further decided that the hearing of all the cases will be telecast live thereafter.

In 2018, there was a proposal to broadcast court hearings live. However, no decision was taken at that time. Recently, this issue was discussed again in the meeting of the judges. There, the judges gave an opinion in favor of ‘Live Streaming’ or direct broadcasting. However, from September 27, only the hearings of the Constitution Bench will be telecasted live. Which can be seen from the Supreme Court website. As a result, enthusiasts can directly watch and listen to the hearing of constitutional cases like the Citizenship Amendment Act, abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir.

[আরও পড়ুন: কংগ্রেস সভাপতি নির্বাচন নিয়ে নয়া জটিলতা, প্রার্থী হলেও মুখ্যমন্ত্রিত্ব ছাড়তে নারাজ গেহলট]

Justice NV Ramana retired a few days ago. The hearing was telecast live from the bench of former Chief Justice Ramana on his retirement day. Then senior lawyer Indira Jaisingh wrote a letter to Chief Justice UU Lalit. He requested for live broadcasting of court proceedings. The demand has become effective from September 27 after a historic decision led by the Chief Justice.

[আরও পড়ুন: খাবার ডেলিভারি দিতে এসে তরুণীকে জাপটে ধরে চুমু জোম্যাটো কর্মীর, কী বলল সংস্থা?]

Meanwhile, the hijab case was raised in the Supreme Court yesterday. There are also protests against the hijab in Muslim countries. This proves that hijab is not compulsory in Islam. In such a language, the Karnataka government made a strong request to the Supreme Court for the ban on hijab. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta appeared on behalf of the Karnataka government in the Supreme Court on Tuesday. He said, “There are many countries in the world which are constitutionally Islamic countries. There are also protests against the hijab.” A two-judge division bench of the apex court asked Tushar Mehta about which country he was talking about. In response, the Karnataka government said, “There is a protest in Iran. ”

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