‘Supreme Court Mobile App 2.0 Ready for Android Users:’ CJI Chandrachud Announces Launch

Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dr. Dhananjaya Y. Chandrachu on Wednesday made a major announcement at the Supreme Court on the launch of ‘Supreme Court Mobile Application 2.0’.

‘Supreme Court Mobile App 2.0 ready for Android users’: CJI Chandrachu

CJI reported that the app is now ready for Android users and urged the high court lawyers to start using the app from now on. He said: “Supreme Court mobile app 2.0 is available on the Google store. Use it!”

CJI Chandrachu further said that the app will be available for IoS users within a week. He added that law enforcement officers will have access and government departments will be able to consult pending cases. “This time we have given an additional feature, all law enforcement officers can have their own access. All government departments can check the pending status of their cases. Use it!”

It is pertinent to mention that on the occasion of the National Constitution Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched Virtual Justice Clock, JustIS Mobile App 2.0, Digital Courts, S3WASS.

‘No institution in a democracy is perfect,’ says CJI

Addressing the Constitution Day celebrations organized by the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) on November 26, CJI Chandrachud said that “no institution in a constitutional democracy, including the Collegium, is perfect and the only available solution is to function within the system”. He went on to state that judges are the faithful soldiers who implement the Constitution.

“Judicing well is about being compassionate, judging well is about understanding people’s problems, not judging people whose lives you disagree with. Judging well is about understanding why a criminal becomes a criminal. When we need to have good people in the system, the answer lies elsewhere. That answer is in mentoring young people by giving them the ability to become judges,” he said. Furthermore, emphasizing the need to make judicial appointments attractive to young defenders, he said that it must be ensured that they are advised by judges.

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