Supreme Court started fast system
supreme court of india has approved an electronic system called Tez (fast and secure transmission of electronic records). FASTER system will be used to transfer E-attested copies from courts to jails. Chief Justice’s three-judge bench NV Ramana, Justice Nageswara Rao and justice Surya Kant The State Governments, Union Territories, Prison Departments and other concerned authorities have been directed to make arrangements for acceptance of e-certified copies in the prisons.
Under the FASTER system, courts can send e-certified copies of bail orders, stay orders, interim orders and proceedings through secure electronic communication to duty officers in jails. The top court was hearing a suo motu case, which was taken up in July this year after a news report indicated that prisoners in an Agra jail were kept in jail for three days after getting bail. had gone.
Important facts for all competitive exams:
- 48th Chief Justice of India (CJI): Nuthalapathy Venkata Ramana;
- Establishment of Supreme Court of India: 26 January 1950.
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