Supreme Court LIVE Streaming For First Time Chief Justice India NV Ramana On His Last Working Day
Supreme Court Live Stream: Chief Justice of India NV Ramana...
Supreme Court Live Stream: Chief Justice of India NV Ramana is retiring today. At the same time, on the last day of CJI NV Ramana’s working day, the proceedings of the Supreme Court will be live streamed today before his bench. With this, today the public can watch the proceedings of the CJI’s bench in the Supreme Court live. Significantly, for the first time after the 2018 verdict, live-streaming is happening in the Supreme Court.
Ramana the next CJI today will share with
As per custom, the outgoing Chief Justice of India shares the bench with the next Chief Justice of India on the last working day. Members of the Bar express their farewell before the formal bench on the last working day. Let us tell you that today CJI Ramana will share the bench with CJI Designated Justice UU Lalit.
SC’s computer cell issued notice and informed about livestream
A notice issued by the Computer Cell of the Supreme Court states that, “Please note that the proceedings of the Court of Hon’ble Chief Justice of India, i.e. Ceremony Bench, will be held on 26th August, 2022, from 10:30 AM on the webcast portal of NIC. Will be livestreamed via
Lived up to expectations – CJI Ramana
On the other hand, the outgoing CJI said in the farewell program organized by the Delhi High Court Bar Association on Thursday, “I think I have lived up to the expectation that you have given to me. I have discharged my duties as Chief Justice in every possible way.” I have raised two issues, you all know, infrastructure and appointment of judges. Thanks to the support given by the judges in the Supreme Court and the collegium, we have successfully appointed around 224 judges in the High Courts.”
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