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The Supreme Court on Friday said a plea seeking live telecast or recording of the hearing in the Ayodhya land dispute case be listed before a bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi.
Legal battle on Ayodhya land dispute case took a turn on Friday when a five-judge constitution bench headed by the CJI agreed to hear whether case proceedings inside the apex court can be showed live-streamed or broadcast recordings.
The Supreme Court's agreement was in response to a plea, filed by former RSS ideologue K N Govindacharya, seeking live streaming or recording of the Ayodhya case proceedings.It came up before a bench of justices R F Nariman and Surya Kant.
After hearing the brief submission of senior advocate Vikas Singh, who was representing Govindacharya, the bench said the matter should come up for hearing before a bench presided over by the CJI.