On Saturday, DY Chandrachud, the Chief Justice of India (CJI), inaugurated virtual High Courts in ten distinct Orissa districts.
CJI Chandrachud, who spoke at the ceremony digitally, declared that Orissa would be the first state to establish virtual High Courts in each of its districts by March 2023. By March 2023, all of Orissa’s districts will have a virtual High Court, making it the first State in India to put such a plan into action, according to CJI Chandrachud.
Orissa is going to be the first state which will be having a High Court in every district. By March 2023, Orissa would be the first State to boast of a High Court which is going to be in every district. Most residents will not have to travel even hours away from their home to reach the High Courts. Lawyers from any part of the State would be benefitted,Stated CJI Chandrachud.
S. Muralidhar, Chief Justice of the Orissa High Court, declared that this is a historic occasion because Orissa will be the first State to have a virtual High Court. The Chief Justice of the State went on to say that these virtual courts would assist lawyers and litigants in filing matters digitally with the High Court.