Virtual Courts are not a substitute for open Court hearings, had to be resorted to in the pandemic: Justice DY Chandrachud

During a webinar conducted on Sunday by NALSAR's Nyaya Forum, the judge also emphasised that it was important that technology is used for "inclusive justice", and that it "does not become a means of exclusion."
Virtual Courts are not a substitute for open Court hearings, had to be resorted to in the pandemic: Justice DY Chandrachud
Justice DY Chandrachud

Virtual court hearings are not a substitute for the open Court system, but it is something that the Courts had to resort to on account of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, said Chairman of the e-committee of the Supreme Court, Justice DY Chandrachud on Sunday.

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