Prime Minister Narendra Modi has praised Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud for his recent comments on making Supreme Court judgments available in regional languages. The Prime Minister took to Twitter to express his support for the CJI’s remarks, stating that it will help in making the justice system more accessible to the people, particularly those who are not fluent in English.
The CJI had made the comments at an event organized by the Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa in Mumbai. He stressed the importance of making legal information available in regional languages, saying that it would help in creating a more inclusive justice system, and would also increase the participation of people from different linguistic backgrounds in the legal process.
The Prime Minister’s support for the CJI’s comments has been welcomed by legal experts and civil rights activists, who have long been calling for greater accessibility and inclusivity in the justice system. They argue that making court judgments available in regional languages will help in creating a more equitable legal system, and will also help in increasing public confidence in the judiciary.
The Supreme Court had previously taken steps to make court judgments available in regional languages, but the efforts had been limited in scope. The CJI’s recent comments are being seen as a significant step forward in this regard, and many are hoping that the government will take concrete steps to implement the proposal.
The move towards making court judgments available in regional languages is in line with the government’s efforts to make legal information more accessible to the general public, including through the use of technology and digital platforms. It’s a positive step towards making justice more accessible and inclusive for all citizens.
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