Don't want SC to be a 'Tarikh par Tarikh Court': CJI Chandrachud
Chief Justice of India, DY Chandrachud, has urged lawyers to avoid seeking unnecessary adjournments, stating that the Supreme Court does not want to become a court that keeps postponing cases. He expressed concern over the large number of adjournment slips being circulated and emphasized that this undermines the trust of citizens and damages the court's reputation. Chandrachud has been monitoring the filing process to minimize delays and has requested lawyers to only seek adjournments when absolutely necessary.
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