Existence of infrastructure does not confer an automatic right on lawyers to argue over virtual hearing: Madhya Pradesh HC tells Supreme Court

A Bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Sudhanshu Dhulia had earlier allowed impleadment of the E-committee of the Supreme Court
Virtual Hearing
Virtual Hearing

The Madhya Pradesh High Court has opposed a plea before the Supreme Court that sought to declare virtual hearing as a fundamental right [All India Association of Jurists v Uttarakhand High Court & Ors.]

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