The Supreme Court of India has disposed of 6,844 cases since present Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud assumed office on November 9, 2022. .5,898 cases were filed from November 9 till December 16, the last working day before the Supreme Court closed for winter vacation. A total of 2,511 transfer and bail petitions were disposed of during the period.On December 12, a total of 384 cases were disposed of, the highest during the tenure of CJI Chandrachud. Out of that, 105 were transfer petitions and 71 were bail matters.After assuming office as the 50th Chief Justice of India, one of the reforms ushered in by CJI Chandrachud was listing 10 transfer and bail cases each a day.The CJI had revealed that this decision was arrived at following a full court meeting that was held in November.CJI Chandrachud had mentioned that priority would also be given to bail cases..If we do not act in matters of personal liberty and grant relief then what are we doing here? Supreme Court asks.The present and previous CJIs have laid emphasis on disposal of cases, with 10,000 cases disposed of during the two-month tenure of CJI Uday Umesh Lalit. Of these, 5,000 were in the first thirteen days alone.