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Supreme court to give verdict in Hathras case on Tuesday

  • Supreme court to give verdict on Tuesday in the case of gang rape and death in Hathras
  • The Supreme Court will decide whether the Supreme Court will monitor the CBI investigation or the High Court

new Delhi. The Supreme Court will give its verdict on Tuesday in the case of alleged gang rape and death in Hathras case of Uttar Pradesh. The Supreme Court will decide whether the CBI investigation will be monitored by the Supreme Court or the High Court. The court will also decide on the issue of transferring the trial of the case from Uttar Pradesh to Delhi. Also, the Supreme Court will decide that the security provided to the victim’s family will also be decided.

Judge A.S. Along with Bopanna and V. Ramasubramanian, Chief Justice S.A. The bench headed by Bobde will deliver the order at 12 noon.

In the last hearing on October 15, the Director General of Police of Uttar Pradesh had welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision to appoint any agency for the protection of the family of the Hathras victim, but at the same time he said that this would give fairness to the state police But there should be no heat.



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Media commenting on the matters under consideration like impressing judges- Attorney General

  • The Attorney General said in the Supreme Court, the media’s comment on the pending cases is an attempt to influence the judges’ thinking, the outcome of the case, which amounts to contempt of court.
  • This remark was made by Venugopal during the hearing of contempt of court case filed against senior advocate Prashant Bhushan in 2009.

New Delhi. Attorney General K.R. K. Attorney General KK Venugopal said before the Supreme Court on Tuesday that the media’s comment on pending cases is an attempt to influence the outcome of the judges’ thinking (equivalent to contempt of court). Venugopal made this remark during the hearing of the contempt of court case filed against senior advocate Prashant Bhushan in 2009.

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Contempt of court for commenting media on the matter under consideration-
Attorney General (AG) Venugopal said that the media commenting on the matters under consideration is an attempt to impress the judges. He said that this could result in contempt of court. According to the senior advocate, the Supreme Court has already clarified that it is contempt of court to try to give any kind of response to the matter under consideration. “The print and electronic media are independently commenting on pending cases, which is an attempt to influence the outcome of a case,” the AG said.

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Court urges media to investigate-
Venugopal, currently commenting hard on the state of the media, urged the court to investigate the role of the media. Venugopal, Judge A. Before the bench headed by M. Khanwilkar said that this trend in the media is very dangerous. He adds, “When an accused’s bail plea is scheduled for hearing, a TV channel speaks horribly to the accused.”

Quoting the Rafael case, Venugopal said that while the hearing of the Rafael case was going on in the apex court, we had large articles and comments along with a summary of some documents on the day of the hearing. He said that the apex court while deciding what type of speech and publication may have contempt of court and they should also consider these issues.

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Supreme Court starts legal work with full capacity after 7 months

new Delhi . The Supreme Court started working on Monday after almost seven months with almost full strength and capacity (pre-pandemic strength). 28 judges of the Supreme Court with 30 members sat for hearing cases through video conferencing. Three judges comprise eight judges, while two benches have two judges, through video conferencing. Justices Vineet Saran and Mohan M. Shantanagoudar are not sitting in the hearing.

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Virtual hearing was being held due to corona
Since March 23, the Supreme Court has been hearing cases due to the corona epidemic virtually. After the outbreak in March, through video conferencing, a maximum of five benches were seated daily, for an average of 30 cases per bench. Two single judge benches are sitting for hearing cases related to transfer petitions. It is likely to continue throughout the week, and 10 can sit for virtual hearings of cases each day. The apex court suspended the in-person hearing process on 23 March, and issued instructions to take only urgent cases through video conferencing in the lockdown period, but this trend even after the lockdown was lifted Continued

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SOP was released on 31 August –
On 31 August, the Supreme Court issued the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the proposed experimental physical hearing of the cases at the request of various lawyers’ bodies. However, no date was inserted in the SOP for the resumption of such hearings. General Secretary Sanjeev S. The SOP issued by Kalgaonkar stated, “On an experimental basis, and as a pilot scheme, the physical handling of cases may initially begin in three court-rooms and later on the number of cases or court-rooms depending on the circumstances The number can be increased or reduced. “

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