Police tap FIR against YouTube channels to show live video of High Court proceedings

Today, police filed an FIR against six YouTube channels after investigating the claim.

These YouTube channels include “Indian Law”, “Be a Judge”, “Law Chakra”, “Legal Awareness”, “Court Room”, “Vipin Agyas Advocate”, and others.

Based on Lawyer Awadhesh Singh Tomar’s complaint, the police filed Sections 188 of the Indian Penal Code, 465, 469 and Section 65 of the Indian Penal Code against all these YouTube channels.

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Rajat Rajan Singh

Gwalior Police in Madhya Pradesh filed an FIR against six YouTube channels which were broadcasting High Court proceedings live with edits and commentary on their channels without court permission. This FIR was filed in response to a High Court solicitor’s complaint.

Barrister Awadhesh Singh Tomar, who practices in Gwalior Bench of the MP High Court, has filed a complaint with the University Police Station, claiming that the High Court’s live proceedings are distorted on many platforms of social media these days.

He claimed that people who run their pages and channels on YouTube and other social media platforms are downloading the proceedings live from the High Court’s website, editing them and posting them with comments without permission. of the court.

They wrongly show that the live procedure sends the wrong message and is also a violation of the live procedure rules of the Jabalpur High Court.

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Today, police filed an FIR against six YouTube channels after investigating the claim.

These YouTube channels include “Indian Law”, “Be a Judge”, “Law Chakra”, “Legal Awareness”, “Court Room”, “Vipin Agyas Advocate”, and others.

Based on Lawyer Awadhesh Singh Tomar’s complaint, the police filed Sections 188 of the Indian Penal Code, 465, 469 and Section 65 of the Indian Penal Code against all these YouTube channels.

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Rajat Rajan Singh

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