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- During The Video Conferencing In The Supreme Court, The Female Lawyer, Who Was Seen Doing The Facial On The Screen, Told The Beautician Hurry Up, My Case Hearing Number Is Going To Come.
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- Strange stories are coming out of the strange antics of lawyers in the hearing being held through video conferencing
- During the hearing on Monday, two such stories came out, which did not stop the whole court laugh.
(Pawan Kumar). In the Corona era, the Supreme Court is operating in virtual mode. In such a situation, during the hearing of video conferencing (VC), strange stories of the strange antics of lawyers are coming out. Sometimes a lawyer is seen drinking hookah, sometimes someone is seen wearing a vest. But during the hearing on Monday, two such stories came to light that the entire court could not stop laughing.
The judge and the lawyer laughed while watching the scene for about five minutes.
It happened that when a bench of Justice L Nageswara Rao and Justice Hemant Gupta was hearing, a female lawyer joined VC. She was getting facials and was telling the beautician – “Hurry up, my case hearing number is going to come.” The female lawyer did not know that she had joined the VC before getting the facial. The judge and the lawyer laughed while watching the scene for about five minutes.
Registry disconnects lawyer's connection and second hearing begins
One lawyer said- “Now the facials were still to be seen.” Everyone thought that the female lawyer might realize the mistake of connecting with her phone. But she remained in facials oblivious to all these things. The registry then disconnected the lawyer's connection and a second hearing began.
Corona feared on screen during the hearing
Here, in another case, during the hearing before the bench of Justice DY Chandrachud of Supreme Court and Justice KM Joseph, Corona appeared on screen. After the hearing, Justice KM Joseph appeared on the screen when Justice Chandrachud was writing his order on the laptop.
He put a pulse oximeter on one of his fingers. Justice Chandrachud smiled upon seeing them doing so. After writing the order, Justice Chandrachud asked – “How much of the temperature came, then Justice Joseph said – don't worry – there is only 96 now.” After this both of them laughed.
Whatever orders Chandrachud orders, he also types himself on the laptop.
Justice Chandrachud, on hearing from video conferencing, also typed whatever order he gave on the laptop himself. They have already said that it is easier to write the order on the laptop itself than to order the court master, because this makes the order very accurate.