He told the court that providing verbatim record of the video would be in violation of the doctrine of separation of powers.
The court said that the order was passed after agreement with the the counsel, who appeared for the committee that day.
The court noted that earlier the committee had sought the court's direction on the appearance of the state's Chief Secretary before it. Prakash's counsel Vivek Chib opposed the committee's plea. The court listed the matter for further hearing on September 18.
The panel's application was filed in a pending petition of Prakash who had moved the court challenging the committee notice directing him to appear before it for skipping a meeting on February 20, a day after he was allegedly assaulted by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs.
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