The Supreme Court has decided to live-stream the hearings in cases headed by a Constitution Bench from September 27. bar and bench informed of. According to sources quoted by the legal news portal, the apex court will broadcast the proceedings on YouTube and will soon develop its own platform to live stream the cases.
The decision was taken during a full court meeting Chief Justice of India UU Lalit convened on Tuesday.
In the first instance, the Supreme Court live broadcast of its proceedings The day the then CJI NV Ramana retired on the webcast portal of NIC.
Meanwhile, during the full court meeting yesterday, it was also decided that the court would change its new system of listing cases for hearing. sources told Indian Express Fresh cases left unheard on Tuesday afternoon will be taken up for hearing on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, as opposed to hearing new cases within a two-hour period after lunch on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
The new listing pattern was seen as an attempt to reduce the growing backlog of cases and ensure faster listing of new cases.