Judges are not elected but have a stabilising influence; people now come to us for a voice and not outcomes: CJI DY Chandrachud

He said that courts today have become focal point of engagement for the civil society and social transformation and people now approach courts "not just for outcomes but for a voice in constitutional change."
CJI DY Chandrachud at Georgetown University, Washington D.C
CJI DY Chandrachud at Georgetown University, Washington D.C

Judges are not elected and do not go back to people after every five years but judiciary has a stabilising influence in a democracy especially in a plural country like India, Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud said on Monday.

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