The Chief Justice of India (CJI) should have a tenure of at least 3 years, so that the reforms initiated by a particular CJI can be taken to its logical conclusion, Attorney General for India KK Venugopal said on Friday..The AG was speaking at the occasion of farewell of incumbent CJI SA Bobde who demitted office on Friday. ."I have always said retiring of a CJI is a sad occasion. Tenure of a CJI must be three years," he said.The AG also commended the CJI for rising to the occasion during COVID-19 pandemic to ensure that judiciary functioned through virtual medium. "In March 2020 the world was suffering from COVID-19. Supreme Court also had to take a call and bar thought court will close down. But then CJI Bobde rose to the occasion and started virtual hearing and almost 50,000 cases have been disposed off. its a great achievement," AG said..Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) President Vikas Singh agreed with the suggestion of AG stating that 65 is not an age to retire and there should be a Constitutional amendment to raise the retirement age of judges.