Indian Virtual Courts Under E-Courts Mission To Fortify Justice System
The e-courts initiative is launching a system of virtual courts around the country. The 24-hour court has started accepting cases for traffic rule violations & others.
The All India District Legal Services Authority’s first meeting’s opening session was attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. N. V. Ramana, the Chief Justice of India, and Kiren Rijiju, the Minister of Union Law, were also present.
Only Few Can Approach Courts, Majority Suffers In Silence: CJI
Chief Justice of India N V Ramana described access to justice as “a instrument for social liberation” and claimed that although the majority of people suffer in silence due to a lack of awareness and resources, only a small minority can seek legal assistance.
The Chief Justice of India (CJI) stated that technology has become a significant enabler and urged the judiciary to “employ current technical tools to accelerate the pace of justice delivery.”
Ease of Justice Is Also Important: PM Modi
The PM stated during the opening remarks that ease of justice is equally crucial to ease of doing business and ease of living.
Every citizen understands that his rights are being protected by the nation’s systems thanks to this belief in justice.
The National Legal Services Authority was also founded in the nation with similar philosophy in mind so that even the most vulnerable among the weak can access justice.
Virtual Courts of E-Courts Mission Is The Future
According to PM Modi, the e-courts goal includes launching virtual courts around the nation.
The 24-hour court has begun accepting cases for infractions like moving offenses. To better serve the public, the court is expanding its video conferencing capabilities.
To Enhance Judicial Infrastructure & Justice System
Our freedom’s elixir is in full swing right now. This is the opportunity to make the resolutions that will propel the nation forward over the next 25 years.
In this nectar tour of the nation, ease of doing business and ease of living are equally significant factors. According to him, the justice delivery system is just as crucial to any society as is having access to the legal system.
In this, judicial infrastructure is also crucial. The country’s legal system has been strengthened during the past eight years with a rapid pace of activity.