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CCTVs: Apex court go-ahead to AAP dispensation

CCTVs: Apex court go-ahead to AAP dispensation

New Delhi, Jul 12 (UNI) The Arvind Kejriwal government's plans for stepped up vigil in schools were given the green signal from the Supreme Court on Friday.

It declined to stay the streaming of footage from CCTVs which were being installed in Delhi government schools and classrooms.

A Delhi-based law student, in her petition, claimed no permission was taken from the students and it had violated their right to privacy.

"We are not inclined to entertain the petition. The petition is devoid of merits. Accordingly we dismiss it,"ruled the three-judge bench, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and also comprising Justices Aniruddha Bose and Deepak Gupta.

The petitioner questioned the need for installation of CCTVs which violate the rights to privacy of students.

She sought a direction and guidelines on the installations of the CCTV cameras in and around the schools and classrooms.

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