New Delhi: Chief Justice S.A. Bobde mentioned the widespread use of expertise has additionally introduced with it considerations over mass information assortment and a person’s proper to privateness; and in addition insisted on a single system legal guidelines slicing throughout varied environmental points.
On Saturday, talking on the second day on the Worldwide Judicial Convention 2020, ‘Judiciary and the Changing World’, Chief Justice Bobde mentioned, “The two facets of globalisation that have posed the greatest challenges to the judiciaries across the world are the rise of global supply chains and the proliferation of information technology.”
Citing the significance of judicial information grid, the Chief Justice mentioned that as a part of the e-courts mission in India, we now have ensured that regardless of the place a judicial officer is positioned, from the distant mountaintops of the Himalayas to the sandy seashores of Kerala, they’re electronically linked to the nationwide judicial information grid.
“In India, we are utilising technology in innovative ways to facilitate and assist the delivery of justice”, he insisted.
Citing the connection between environmental points and the judiciary, the Chief Justice mentioned the environmental points can’t be hindered by nationwide and worldwide borders. “Water and wind flow seamlessly across the earth and even under it. The growth of vegetation effects the animals and the man both. Perhaps there is the greatest need for single system of laws in this regard. It is said that human beings are seeds as well as parasites to the earth. We take much more than we give back to the earth”, mentioned the Chief Justice.
He additional emphasised on environmental points stating that as we glance to the long run, a big consideration within the supply of justice is the safety and preservation of the atmosphere within the dispensation of justice.
He cited an remark in an order, “In one of the cases before us, we have held that the present generation has no right to impede the safety and wellbeing of the next generation or the generation to come thereafter”.
He emphasised that India serves as a beacon of hope to unbiased and growing international locations.
“Our own judgements look to the wisdom of our international colleagues. Yet a judge never loses sight of the need to tailor judicial decisions to the social realities of their own country”, mentioned the Chief Justice.
He added that the judiciary is the guardian of constitutional values and serves to counter-balance populist forces in a dedication to the rule of legislation. Inherent on this function are energetic measures to deliver ladies inside the judicial fold.