Thursday, September 28, 2023

Integration of Supreme Court of India data into National Judicial Data Network

The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi praised the efforts of the Supreme Court and Chief Justice DY Chandrachud to integrate the court data into the National Judicial Data Network (NJDG). In a tweet, Prime Minister Modi expressed his belief that this technological advancement will improve transparency and justice administration system in India.

Chief Justice Chandrachud also announced today that the Supreme Court has officially “come on board” the NJDG, after implementing its “open data policy”. This decision aims to improve transparency and accountability within the judicial field.

NJDG provides real-time data on pending cases in District Courts and High Courts across India. Previously, Supreme Court data was not available in NJDG, but with this recent integration, all relevant information is now available.

Additionally, the Union Cabinet recently approved the launch of Phase 3 of the e-courts project, with a budget of Rs 7,210 crore. This project aims to establish a more efficient and effective judicial system through the use of technology.

Prime Minister Modi has already shown his support for the Supreme Court’s initiative to publish judgments in regional languages ​​during the country’s Independence Day celebrations. This further demonstrates the government’s commitment to promoting accessibility and inclusion within the justice system.

In conclusion, the integration of Supreme Court data into the National Judicial Data Network is a significant technological advance that will contribute to a more transparent and efficient justice administration system in India.

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