‘SC judgments should be made available in regional languages’, PM Modi praises CJI Chandrachud’s suggestion – न्यूज़लीड India

‘SC judgments should be made available in regional languages’, PM Modi praises CJI Chandrachud’s suggestion

‘SC judgments should be made available in regional languages’, PM Modi praises CJI Chandrachud’s suggestion


CJI DY Chandrachud has now suggested making Supreme Court judgments available in regional languages ​​as well. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has praised it.

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oi-Mukesh Pandey

Published: Sunday, January 22, 2023, 21:06 [IST]

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Chief Justice of India Justice DY Chandrachud has suggested to work towards making the judgments of the Supreme Court available in regional languages. After this suggestion of CJI, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has praised Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud. The PM has said that this idea of ​​the CJI is praiseworthy.

PM Modi had stressed on the need to use local languages ​​in courts several times last year. He had said that since ambiguity of law creates complexity, new laws should be written to facilitate justice in a clear manner and in regional languages ​​so that even the poor can understand them easily. He said that the legal language should not become a barrier for the citizens. The PM said that there are many languages ​​in India. The central government is making several efforts to encourage Indian languages, including the option of studying subjects like engineering and medicine in one’s mother tongue.”

At the same time, CJI DY Chandrachud has talked about making efforts to make the Supreme Court’s decision available in regional languages. About which PM Modi (PM MOdi) tweeted. He wrote, “Recently at a function, Hon’ble CJI Justice DY Chandrachud spoke of working towards making SC judgments available in regional languages. He also suggested the use of technology for the same. This is a commendable idea, which will help many people especially the youth.”

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This tweet of PM Modi has come at a time when a situation of confrontation between the judiciary and the executive has been witnessed in the past. Recently, the government’s suggestion to appoint the Supreme Court collegium to the post of High Court judge was rejected. The Supreme Court Collegium has placed on record the reasons for rejecting the central government’s objections to its recommendations regarding the appointment of judges. This happened for the first time. The Supreme Court Collegium reiterated the names of five lawyers for elevation as judges in various High Courts. These include the names of Saurabh Kirpal (Delhi High Court), Somasekaran Sundaresan (Bombay High Court), John Sathyan (Madras High Court), Amitesh Banerjee and Sakya Sen (for Calcutta High Court).

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SC judgments will be available in regional languages ​​as well PM Modi praises CJI decision

Story first published: Sunday, January 22, 2023, 21:06 [IST]

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