Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud on Wednesday said that the process of releasing Supreme Court judgments in regional languages has begun and as a first step towards the same, 1,091 judgments of the top court will be released in Odia, Garo and other regional languages on Republic Day..CJI Chandrachud informed the Bar about the same in open court today morning. "I have some news apart from E-SCR and the 34,000 judgments available, we also now have a number of judgments of Supreme Court in vernacular language. It will be released on the occasion of Republic Day," he said.A total of 1,091 judgments will be available in vernacular languages, the CJI added..CJI Chandrachud said that this decision was taken in furtherance to their mission of making judgments accessible in local languages. "We urge members of the bar to use these and whichever language they use. The judgments are in Odia, Garo, and other regional languages," he added..As the first step in this initiative, judgments will be translated into four languages - Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati and Odia, CJI had informed. .Yesterday, at the inauguration of Delhi High Court's Online e-Inspection Software, the CJI had informed that a committee headed by Justice AS Oka was constituted for translation of top court's judgments into regional languages.Besides Justice Oka, the committee will have as its members:- Justice Suraj Govindaraj of Karnataka High Court;- Sharmistha from National Informatics Centre;- Mitesh Kapra from IIT Delhi;- Vivek Raghavan from Ek step foundation;- Supriya Shankaran from Agami.