Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud on Thursday said that he will ask the National Informatics Centre (NIC) to coordinate with Senior Advocate SK Rungta with a view to ensuring that a software that translates text documents to braille is made accessible to all lawyers..During a hearing of a matter, CJI Chandrachud asked the Senior Advocate, who is visually impaired, how he has following the compilation that the other party was referring to."A personal question: how are you following the compilation being referred to by the other side?" the CJI asked..On being told by Rungta that the compilation was on a pen drive and was being translated to braille by his computer, the CJI remarked,"As a e-committee chairman it is my mission to make it accessible."Rungta recommended using a software that produces output in braille rather than the audio format, which cannot be used in Court."I have some inputs. A compatible software can be used, which is being used in our devices, so that output can be in braille. Voice translations cannot be used in court," he stated.At this point, the CJI said that he would request the head of NIC to coordinate with Rungta."Yes I will ask the head of NIC to coordinate with you in regard to this. Rahul Bajaj, my law clerk, he is also working on this and we have added audio captcha to the website now. Not for only Supreme Court lawyers, but for all across the country. With some of your time, Mr Rungta, it will help us in our mission," he said..Digital accessibility for the disabled is a right; legal community can provide enormous support: Rahul Bajaj .Over the course of his career, Rungta has extensively fought for the rights of the differently abled, and is the first designated Senior Advocate in the country who is visually impaired.Notably, in 1993, his petition resulted in the Supreme Court allowing visually handicapped (blind and partially-blind) candidates to write the civil services examination in braille, or with the help of a scribe. On October 8, 2013, in another case where Rungta appeared, the Supreme Court directed the Central government to implement a 3 per cent reservation for differently-abled persons in government jobs.