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Supreme Court directs NIC to remove footer of its official emails, which had govt advertisement with PM Modi’s photo

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New Delhi, Sept 24 (ILNS) The Supreme Court today directed the National Informatics Bureau to remove the banner of government advertisement, containing a photograph of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and slogan of “sabka sath sabka vikas,” from its official emails as it had no connection with the functioning of the judiciary.

As per a Supreme Court statement issued here, “Late last evening, it was brought to the notice of the Registry of the Supreme Court of India that the official emails of the Supreme Court of India were carrying an image as footer, which had no connection whatsoever with the functioning of the Judiciary. The National Informatics Centre, which provides email services to the Apex Court, was directed to drop that image from the footer of the emails originating from the Supreme Court. It was further directed to use the picture of the Supreme Court of India, instead. NIC has since complied with the directions of the Apex court and dropped the Central Government’s banner with the picture of PM Modi on it. /ILNS/SNG

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