- Veröffentlicht: 02. August 2020
With the inauguration of the first e-governance centre at the Nashik district court, Justice D Y Chandrachud on Saturday said that more such centres will be feature in every district soon with supreme court’s e-committee releasing funds for the same.
Citing that virtual courts were introduced during the lockdown period triggered, Justice Chandrachud, who is also the chairman of the supreme court’s e-committee, said that there was a huge technological divide given that the members of the bar and litigants not having access to technology. Thus, it was an obligation of the court to reach out to litigants and bar members and provide them the required access.
“Our objective is to provide every kind of facility of e-governance within the judiciary and place it within the access of every litigant and every member of the bar,” said Justice Chandrachud at the digital inauguration of the e-governance centre.
Among others who were present at the virtual inauguration of the e-governance centre were chief justice of Bombay high court Dipankar Datta, advocate general Ashutosh Kumbhakoni and principal district and sessions judge Abhay Waghwase.
Autor(en)/Author(s): Santosh Sonawane
Quelle/Source: The Times of India, 26.07.2020