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India set for significant overhaul of criminal justice system with newly enacted laws: CJI

IndiaTimes Saturday, 20 April 2024
Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud expresses appreciation for the enactment of new criminal justice laws, highlighting the importance of India undergoing a significant overhaul of its criminal justice system.
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