Cameras be installed in subordinate courts as nothing is more important than free & fair delivery of justice

Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh <yogimpsingh@gmail.com>
Undoubtedly CC TV Cameras must be installed in the subordinate courts as nothing is more important than free and fair delivery of justice.
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Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh <yogimpsingh@gmail.com> 26 November 2017 at 22:09
To: pmosb <pmosb@pmo.nic.in>, supremecourt <supremecourt@nic.in>, presidentofindia@rb.nic.in, urgent-action <urgent-action@ohchr.org>, cmup <cmup@up.nic.in>, hgovup@up.nic.in, uphrclko <uphrclko@yahoo.co.in>, csup@up.nic.in

Most revered Sir –Your applicant invites the kind attention of Hon’ble Sir with due respect to following submissions as follows.
1-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that if Hon’ble apex court has no objections in regard to installations of C.C. T.V. Cameras, then what is the cause of delay on the part of central government which is exponent of development in this country and every one knows that no development is feasible without a strong judiciary which function may be transparent and accountable. Undoubtedly our Hon’ble apex court judges are with us but it seems that government installed at the center only makes election rhetoric nothing else. 


2-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that undoubtedly apex court judgment is praiseworthy and historical in order to restore the dignity of lower courts in this country. Everyone knows that who create nuisance remains on the court campuses already and can be curbed only when C.C. T.V. Cameras will be installed in the subordinate courts. 
 This should strictly be prohibited; (xi) Provisions of imposing fine, if anyone violates regulatory measures, are also required to be made. District Judges should be authorized to control entry of anyone in the court campus and to check and restrict entry of any unwarranted persons or antisocial elements who are likely to create nuisance in the Court campus, for such period with certain other conditions as he may deem fit and proper; (xii) In many of the District Courts, boundary walls are broken or are of inadequate height. Barbed wire fencing is not installed and in many places boundary walls are damaged, permitting unauthorized entry. These boundary walls should immediately be directed to be repaired/ constructed and barbed wire should also be placed wherever it is absent; (xiii) In the campus as also in the corridors of District 9 Courts, appropriate numbers of CCTV cameras be installed, under close monitoring by expert police officials; and (xiv) Scanners and metal detectors should also be installed. Similar security arrangements would also have to be envisaged for the High Court. List these proceedings before the Court for further consideration on 7 April 2015 at 2.00 PM. Order Date :- 24.3.2015 (Dr D Y Chandrachud,CJ) RK (Rakesh Tiwari, J) (Rajes Kumar, J) (V K Shukla, J) (Arun Tandon, J) (Tarun Agarwala, J) (Dilip Gupta, J) 
3-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that 

Supreme Court orders installation of CCTV cameras in all trial courts, tribunals

It has also given one month to the Union Ministry of Information and Technology, and Department of Justice to come up with standards of technical specifications and pricing of these CCTV cameras.

4-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that 
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Video Surveillance

Surveillance Cameras

Surveillance cameras (also called Closed-Circuit Television or CCTV)[381] are increasingly being used to monitor public and private spaces throughout the world. The leader is the United Kingdom, where GBP 500 million was spent in the last decade on expanding a surveillance industry that has an estimated 4.2 million cameras watching public spaces.[382] Many central business districts in Britain are now covered by surveillance camera systems involving a linked system of cameras with full pan, tilt, zoom and night vision or infrared capability. London has created a so-called “ring of steel” around central London. Entrances to the area are monitored by 52 cameras, which photograph the driver, vehicle and its license plate number.[383] CCTV systems are also in wide use in several other European countries where they are closely regulated. Surveillance of public spaces has grown markedly in the United States and Australia. In New York City, the NYCLU Surveillance Camera Project identified 4,468 cameras in Manhattan, an admittedly incomplete list.[384] New York City is planning the “Lower Manhattan Security Initiative,” based on London’s “ring of steel.” The NYC plan would greatly enhance the surveillance of downtown streets by installing another 3,000 cameras and license plate scanners to track the thousands of drivers who enter the Manhattan area daily, creating an operations center, and possibly using face recognition technology.[385] The city estimates the new surveillance system would cost $90 million, $10 million of which would come from Homeland Security grants and $15 million from NYC. The city also is seeking to charge drivers a fee for entering Lower Manhattan; the fees would go toward the surveillance project. In Singapore, cameras are widely deployed for traffic enforcement and to prevent littering. Several governments are now considering using surveillance systems as an anti-terrorism tool. Some observers believe the surveillance camera phenomenon is dramatically changing the nature of cities. The technology has been described as the “fifth utility,”[386] where CCTV is being integrated into the urban environment in much the same way as the electricity supply and the telephone network in the first half of the century.[387] Increasingly, camera surveillance systems are used in tandem with face recognition technology in order to more easily identify individuals.[388]

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-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that 

since more than five years our central government is making efforts 

to

​ ​
install C.C. T.V. Cameras but cou

ldn’t

succeed because of lack of willpower in our accountable public functionaries ipso facto obvious. 

 

Phase-II of the project proposes the following new initiatives: I. Enhancement of computer infrastructure in courts as compared to Phase I: From 4 computers in each courts to 8 computers considering that computers are used by all important sections of the court registry for day to day processes and service delivery. II. Strengthening the system of serving notices and summons: Through provision of authentication devices for process servers at Court Complexes. III. Hardware to District Legal Service Authorities and Taluka Legal Service Committees: The offices of DLSAs & TLSCs are required to work in tandem with the court processes for holding of Lok Adalats, listing of cases in Lok Adalats, the cause lists, proceedings, orders etc., in those cases. IV. Hardware for computer labs in State Judicial Academies: For sustainability of the efforts of ICT training for Judicial Officers and court officials. V. Information kiosks at each court complex: To provide services such as case status and daily order sheets to litigants without having to approach court officials.


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2007

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It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that since

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two hours your applicant is waiting for status s of a pending case before the court of ACJM First Mirzapur but couldn’t find. 

 

This is a humble request of your applicant to you Hon’ble Sir that how can it be justified to withhold public services arbitrarily and promote anarchy, lawlessness, and chaos in an arbitrary manner by making the mockery of law of land? There is need of the hour to take harsh steps against the wrongdoer in order to win the confidence of citizenry and strengthen the democratic values for healthy and prosperous democracy. 

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Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh

Hon’ble Sir that if Hon'ble apex court has no objections in regard to installations of C.C. T.V. Cameras, then what is the cause of delay on the part of central government which is exponent of development in this country and every one knows that no development is feasible without a strong judiciary which function may be transparent and accountable. Undoubtedly our Hon'ble apex court judges are with us but it seems that government installed at the center only makes election rhetoric nothing else.

Preeti Singh
3 years ago

Hon’ble Sir that since more than five years our central government is making efforts
to ​ ​
install C.C. T.V. Cameras but cou
ldn't succeed because of lack of willpower in our accountable public functionaries ipso facto obvious.

Phase-II of the project proposes the following new initiatives: I. Enhancement of computer infrastructure in courts as compared to Phase I: From 4 computers in each courts to 8 computers considering that computers are used by all important sections of the court registry for day to day processes and service delivery. II. Strengthening the system of serving notices and summons: Through provision of authentication devices for process servers at Court Complexes. III. Hardware to District Legal Service Authorities and Taluka Legal Service Committees: The offices of DLSAs & TLSCs are required to work in tandem with the court processes for holding of Lok Adalats, listing of cases in Lok Adalats, the cause lists, proceedings, orders etc., in those cases. IV. Hardware for computer labs in State Judicial Academies: For sustainability of the efforts of ICT training for Judicial Officers and court officials. V. Information kiosks at each court complex: To provide services such as case status and daily order sheets to litigants without having to approach court officials

Arun Pratap Singh
2 years ago

Hon’ble Sir that since more than five years our central government is making efforts to ​ ​ install C.C. T.V. Cameras but cou ldn't succeed because of lack of willpower in our accountable public functionaries ipso facto obvious. Which implies that government functionaries lack will power.

Beerbhadra Singh
Beerbhadra Singh
7 months ago

Closed Circuit Television Camera must be installed in the entire courts in this largest democracy in the world which will not only ensure corruption free surroundings but also ensure security in the courts but it seems that central government under the leadership of Modi Sir has thrown entire constructive work into the heap of garbage ipso facto obvious from the rampant corruption in the government machinery.