Subhash Gupta’s Insights on CCTV Cameras in Remand Rooms and Police Stations
Er. Shubham Kotwal
In a recent interaction with Shubham Kotwal on the YouTube platform of Judge Subhash Gupta named as ‘Kanooni Charcha’, shed light on the crucial importance of installing CCTV cameras in remand rooms and police stations. Judge Gupta brought attention to the advancements in technology and the implementation of the Technology Act which necessitates the preservation of audio and videography during investigations. Furthermore, he expressed concerns about reported instances of police brutality, emphasizing the need for preventative measures to ensure transparency and accountability within the justice system.Judge Gupta revealed that many clients experience a lack of proper information regarding relevant sections of the law from their lawyers. This, in turn, leads to a decrease in clients’ confidence when presenting their cases before judges in court. To address this issue, Judge Gupta created an online platform where anyone can access information about the law, as he strongly believes that knowledge should be accessible to all and is indeed everyone’s right.Inspired by his passion to provide better legal education, Judge Subhash Gupta is now advocating for the introduction of a groundbreaking initiative called “Design your Law Professional Degree” aimed at law students. This innovative concept aims to empower students with the ability to customize their legal education by selecting specific areas of focus within the field. By tailoring their degree program to align with their individual interests and career goals, students can equip themselves with the necessary expertise to excel in their chosen legal profession.Through his insightful perspectives on the necessity of CCTV cameras in remand rooms, his commitment to bridging the knowledge gap between lawyers and clients, and his visionary approach to legal education, Judge Subhash Gupta has proven himself to be a champion of justice and a catalyst for positive change within the legal system.