Chief Justice Sought Assistance from Lawyers Who Are Blind. This Is Why

Chief Justice of India D Y Chandrachud referred to senior counsel S K Rungta for assistance . Rungta lost his vision at a young age and was referring to written submissions of eminent senior attorneys .

Chief Justice of India (CJI) D Y Chandrachud referred to senior counsel S K Rungta for assistance in making the Supreme Court's software available to those who are visually impaired at a young age.Rungta, who lost his vision at a young age, was referring to the written submissions of eminent senior attorneys in a case involving the Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission before a bench composed of the CJI and Justice I hope you will take the time to watch this video.The other counsel is citing a compilation, how do you follow it, and the CJI has asked me, assuming that I am the chairman of the e-committee you may already know, and that this (making software available to everyone) is one of my goals.The senior counsel said he was more than willing to assist the top court in its noble cause and explained how he responds to written arguments in courts immediately.The senior counsel said the national informatics center's software should be compatible with those used by people with visual impairments.Justice Chandrachud advised the senior lawyer to give him a little bit of his time.

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