Supreme Court judge Justice DY Chandrachud emphasised the need to communicate bail orders passed by courts to jail authorities on time to ensure their quick implementation, so that liberty of individuals is not affected..The judge said currently there are serious drawback in the system in place to communicate bail orders to jail authorities."This is a serious deficiency in our system, the delay in communication of bail orders. This touches upon human liberty of every under trial," he said.Justice Chandrachud, who is also the chairperson of e-committee of the Supreme Court, was speaking at the inauguration of virtual courts and e-Sewa Kendra at Allahabad High Court and District Courts..In his speech, Justice Chandrachud also expressed hope that live streaming of Allahabad High Court proceedings would soon become a reality under the leadership of its new Chief Justice, Rajesh Bindal. "With Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal at the helm of affairs at the Allahabad High Court, I hope the High Court starts live streaming of Court proceedings very soon," he said.In this context, he highlighted how Gujarat and Karnataka High Courts have already started live streaming of court proceedings..Justice Chandrachud also lauded the efforts of Chief Justice Bindal after he took over as Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court. "I am actually attending two functions in Allahabad in less than 72 hours. It seems Chief Justice Bindal is in a hurry to achieve results," Justice Chandrachud quipped. .The judge also highlighted the need for E-seva kendras, stating that it has been necessitated due to digital divide due to which a large chunk of our population does not have access to technology."There is this great digital divide, lawyers are representatives of these people at large." .[BREAKING] Gujarat High Court to formally launch live streaming of proceedings of all willing Benches; launch on July 17 by CJI NV Ramana.Justice Chandrachud also suggested that the Chief Justice should take steps to do away with manual registers and replace it with modern electronic registers across the state. "We all know as judges that our district judiciary maintains manual registers, and maintenance of these registers requires an enormous amount of time. I think we must now modernise and the first step to do that must be to replace model manual registers with modern electronic registers across the country," he stated. .In his speech, the Supreme Court judge also fondly recalled his experience at the Allahabad High Court as Chief Justice. "Allahabad is truly a special place, so is Lucknow, both have their own traditions, but representing vibrant India, it represents the heart land of India," he said..Watch the full video here.