Delhi High Court’s Landmark Move: Live-Streaming of Chief Justice’s Court Begins on October 11

Starting from October 11, the Delhi High Court will introduce live-streaming of its proceedings, commencing with cases in the Chief Justice’s court. This initiative aims to enhance access to justice and will be implemented on a case-by-case basis following the court’s directions.

The live-streaming can be accessed through the Delhi High Court’s official website under the “LIVE STREAMING” section. However, it’s important to note that the live-streamed and archived content is intended for informational purposes and should not be considered an official court record.

The court has explicitly stated that only authorized individuals or entities are permitted to record, share, or disseminate the live-streamed proceedings or archival data. This restriction applies to print and electronic media as well as social media platforms.

Additionally, the Delhi High Court emphasizes its transition to paperless e-courts, where all court activities, including video conferences and hybrid hearings, are conducted electronically through the Online c-Filing System.

Furthermore, the live streaming will initially cover Court No. 1, which includes Hon’ble Mr. Justice Satish Chandra Sharma, Hon’ble the Chief Justice, and Hon’ble Mr. Justice Sanjeev Narula. Proceedings before Court No. 39 will also be live-streamed in the near future.

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