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Order to remove objectionable video of a judge from media platform

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has ordered removal of a video of a Rouse Avenue Court judge in an objectionable position with his steno from social media platforms. Justice Yashwant Verma issued this order after a late night hearing.

The court directed the Ministry of Electronics and IT to order all service provider companies to block this video. The court said that the video is objectionable so its circulation cannot be allowed.

Who has filed the petition in the High Court could not be disclosed as the High Court had listed this petition while ordering the name of the petitioner to be hidden. The court said that section 354C of the Indian Penal Code and section 67A of the IT Act can be imposed on forwarding or circulating this video.

Let us tell you that a video has gone viral on social media for the last few days, in which a judge of the Labor Court at Rouse Avenue Court was found in an objectionable position with his steno in his chamber. The date of March is mentioned on the video. After this video went viral, the Rouse Avenue Court Administration informed the High Court, after which the judge concerned has been suspended. The High Court is probing the matter.

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