A new version of the Supreme Court smartphone app allows police enforcement to monitor court events in real time

On December 7, the Supreme Court released Android version 2.0 of its mobile application, giving law officers and nodal officers of different Union Ministries access to view court proceedings in real-time.

The smartphone application may be downloaded from the Google Play Store, and the iOS version would be made accessible in a week, according to Chief Justice of India D.Y. Chandrachud.

The mobile application, which was previously available, gave access to attorneys and record-keeping advocates to observe court proceedings. Additionally, it displayed the state of the cases, orders, and rulings. Few media representatives were given access during the pandemic by the then-chief justice N.V. Ramana so they could virtually see court sessions.

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