Courts are now public and civic spaces; no longer intended to impose a sense of fear: CJI DY Chandrachud

The CJI was speaking at the inauguration of the Delhi High Court's newly built 'S' block building when he emphasised on the evolved nature of court spaces.
CJI DY Chandrachud
CJI DY Chandrachud

Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud said on Tuesday that while court complexes built during the colonial rule were intended to be imposing and produce a sense of fear among litigants, that was no longer the case today.

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