Supreme Court judges are wilting under the enormous burden of workload and the Chief Justice of India (CJI) and judges undergo enormous stress when dealing with the task of listing cases, CJI DY Chandrachud said on Thursday..The CJI is the master of the roster of the Supreme Court and he allocates cases to different benches. "For next week, we have 525 matters to be listed before 13 benches. The pressure is enormous," said CJI Chandrachud.He also highlighted the workload on judges."Believe me judges are wilting under the strain. There are almost 45 to 50 cases before every bench," he said..CJI Chandrachud had said in open court yesterday that four special benches will sit in Supreme Court from next week.The four benches will deal with:1. Criminal appeals;2. Land acquisition matters;3. Motor Accident Claims Tribunal cases;4. Direct and Indirect Tax..On November 10, immediately after he took over as CJI, Justice Chandrachud had issued directions to the registry to streamline listing of registered cases in Supreme Court.Later on November 15, he had said that he aims to employ technology in listing of cases, thereby, reducing the role of the role of registry and the CJI as the master of roster, when it comes to listing.