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No one can be sacrificed in name of progress: CJI Chandrachud

IndiaTimes Saturday, 2 December 2023
Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud praised the successful rescue of 41 workers trapped in the Silkyara tunnel in Uttarkashi for 17 days. He expressed high respect for their endurance during the confinement. The incident demonstrated the unity of the country in times of crisis. The rescue operation highlighted the value of individual lives and showcased India's ability to mobilize resources. CJI Chandrachud also addressed the language barrier in the legal system, emphasizing the need to provide access to justice for non-English speakers.
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