Supreme Court goes paperless in 6 months

SUPREME COURT GOES PAPERLESS IN 6 MONTHS

Supreme Court goes paperless in 6 months

The Supreme Court will be 'Paperless' in the next six-seven months. While hearing a case filed by senior advocate Indira Jaisingh, a bench of Chief Justice JS Khehar, DC Chandrachud and SK Kaul said this on Thursday.

Justice Khehar said, within six to seven months, you will not need to file any paper. We will take them through electronic means through trials and high courts, so there will not be any need to register new cases in Supreme Court.

Obviously, in Supreme Court, the parties and lawyers will not have to submit huge paper books (large number of documents) to file a petition. They will just have to tell the ground of their petition, on which basis they are challenging the High Court's decision. According to  Chief Justice, the process will start in next six to seven months.




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