No democratic system is flawless, according to CJI Chandrachud.

Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud said that no branch of a Constitutional democracy is perfect . The process of nation-building is a constantly evolving endeavor .

New Delhi, India, November 25 : When talking about the Collegium system for appointing judges, Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud said on Friday that no branch of a Constitutional democracy is perfect.The CJI said that we work within the existing constitution, and that we are loyal soldiers who follow it, while attending the Constitution Day celebrations hosted by the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA).Just reforming the Collegium system of the apex court or raising the salary of judges will not guarantee that good and qualified individuals will join the court.The CJI said that joining the court bench as judges is a call to action and a commitment to the society.According to CJI, the process of nation-building is a constantly evolving endeavor.The constitution is constantly evolving to meet the new social realities of the day.

We must be aware of past events that occurred before the Constitution was adopted, he said.In a world where summers see extreme heatwaves due to climate change, the legal profession must be devoid of its colonial roots, and in a world where summers sees heavy heatwaves, the lawyer must rethink its rigid dress code, particularly in summers.According to Law Minister Kiren Rijiju, the strictness of clothing should not result in moral surveillance of female lawyers, adding that a country progresses only when its leaders are leading by example.If the CJI weakens, the Supreme Court weakens, and if the Supreme Court weakens, the judiciary weakens.

He said he is committed to improving the country's infrastructure.We are here to assist in its defense.Hum sab ek Aapas mein ladna theek nahi hai.(We are all the same; we should not disagree among ourselves, he said.

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