PM Modi will attend Constitution Day festivities at the Supreme Court.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the Supreme Courts Constitution Day celebrations . Modi will attend the Supreme Courts Constitution Day celebrations .

On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the Supreme Court's Constitution Day celebrations, according to a statement by the Prime Minister's office.The project, which is part of the e-court initiative, aims to provide services to litigants, judges, and the judiciary through ICT enablement.The Prime Minister's programs include the Virtual Justice Clock, JustIS mobile App 2.0, Digital court, and S3WaaS Websites.The Virtual Justice Clock is a tool that lets users see vital statistics of the criminal justice service at the court level, showing the date, time, and date of each case.

On the District Courts website, the public can view the Virtual Justice Clock of any court establishment, according to the statement.The JustIS Mobile App 2.0 is a device that judicial officers can use to monitor the duration of their cases by monitoring not only his court but also the individual judges who serve under them.The High Court and Supreme Court Judges now have access to all the states and districts under their control, making court documents available to the judge in digitized form, enabling the transition to Paperless Courts.The S3WaaS Website is a system used to create, configure, deploy, and manage websites for displaying specific information and services related to district judiciary.

It is multilingual, citizen-friendly, and divyang-friendly.

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