Supreme Court Seeks Response on Petition for Live Surgery Broadcast

Supreme Court Seeks Response on Petition for Live Surgery Broadcast
Supreme Court Seeks Response on Petition for Live Surgery Broadcast
Supreme Court Seeks Response on Petition for Live Surgery Broadcast
Supreme Court Seeks Response on Petition for Live Surgery Broadcast

Supreme Court Seeks Response on Petition for Live Surgery Broadcast

Supreme Court Seeks Response on Petition for Live Surgery Broadcast

Supreme Court Seeks Response on Petition for Live Surgery Broadcast

The Supreme Court has initiated proceedings to address the legal and ethical implications of live surgery broadcasts. A bench led by Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud issued notices to the Centre and other relevant parties, including the National Medical Commission (NMC), in response to a petition submitted by individuals from Delhi.

The petitioners have expressed concerns regarding live surgery broadcasts and have specifically requested that the NMC establish a committee responsible for regular monitoring of these broadcasts. Additionally, they seek the formulation of guidelines to regulate such broadcasts, emphasizing the need for ethical and legal oversight.

The Supreme Court has scheduled a hearing on this matter three weeks from now, indicating the significance of the issues raised in the petition.

The live broadcast of surgeries has become a topic of debate, with various stakeholders considering the ethical and legal considerations associated with this practice. This case will likely provide important insights into the regulatory framework and oversight of live surgery broadcasts.

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