The mobile van will go to the remote places in the State, so that advocates residing in that vicinity can make use of the mobile video conference facility and address the virtual court.
With a view to aid lawyers who face difficulties in participating in the video conference hearings before Court amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Telangana High Court today inaugurated a Mobile Video Conference Facility.
The mobile van will go to the remote places in the State, so that advocates residing in that vicinity can make use of the mobile video conference facility and address the virtual court.”In order to facilitate Advocates who do not have access to virtual courts from their respective homes, the concept of Mobile Video Conference Facility has been introduced by the High Court. “
The High Court rolled out the initiative in view of concerns by certain lawyers that it was difficult to attend the virtual court proceedings due to inadequate facilities and the court’s remote functioning amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Telangana.
A mobile van with the required infrastructure for the “Mobile Video Conference Facility” was provided by the District Collector.
The initiative was digitally inaugurated on Monday morning by Chief Justice RS Chauhan in the presence of P Naveen Rao, Administrative Judge of the Warangal District.