The apex court will now hear the matter on April 5.
A two judge bench has also asked whether CCTVs can be installed in quasi-judicial and state tribunals.
In November last year, the top court had said that there is no need for privacy in courtrooms as nothing private happens.
It further stated that installation of CCTV cameras in the courts would be in larger public interest.
A, Pradyuman Bisht had filed a petition in the apex court stating that installation of CCTVs in courtrooms would help bring transparency in judiciary.(ANI)