NEW DELHI: Four judges of the Supreme Court today took a round in the apex court corridor inspecting day-to-day activities.
Justices Ranjan Gogoi, Madan B Lokur, R Banumathi and Deepak Gupta were seen taking stock of the activities in the apex court corridors.
Justices Gogoi and Banumathi, who were sitting in court number two, and justices Lokur and Gupta, who were holding the court proceedings in court number three, rose around 11 AM.
After the judges took a round of the corridors, both the benches re-assembled around 11.30 AM.
Later in the day, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra visited the two press lounges situated inside the Supreme Court premises and discussed with the scribes about the facilities there.
The CJI also asked the scribes about the problems and the facilities which could be made available in the press lounges.
The CJI, who was accompanied by the secretary general, other registrars and staffs of the apex court, asked the journalists about the facilities in the press lounges and on being told about certain issues, CJI Misra directed the officials to fix them soon.
The CJI also had an informal chat with journalists over a cup of tea in both the press lounges.