First initiative: Live streaming of Gujarat High Court hearing started on YouTube from today, now common people will also be able to watch the court proceedings

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The Gujarat High Court has officially started live streaming of its hearing from today. In this way, the Gujarat High Court has become the first High Court in the country, which is broadcasting the hearing live for the general public.

The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court NV Ramanna had started the live telecast of the Gujarat High Court hearing on July 17. He virtually inaugurated it. Supreme Court judge and e-committee chairperson Justice YV Chandrachud and Justice MR Shah were also present virtually.

80 to 90 people are watching live streaming of 18 courtrooms of the High Court.

80 to 90 people are watching live streaming of 18 courtrooms of the High Court.

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More interest in education and religious matters
80 to 90 people are watching live streaming of 18 courtrooms of the High Court. High Court YouTube channel subscribers have also increased. However, people are preferring to watch the hearing of matters like public interest litigation live. At the same time, the number of live viewers is reaching 3 to 4 thousand in the hearing of any matter of education or any religious matter.

48 lakh views
Since October 26, the court hearing of the Chief Justice of Gujarat High Court has been telecast live on an experimental basis. Under this pilot effort, the live broadcast has so far garnered 65,000 subscribers. At the same time, 48 lakh people watched. The Subscriber is also notified during any live stream session. Live Streaming will continue even when the physical court starts. With this people will be able to see and hear all the proceedings, arguments, decisions of the court sitting at home.

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