New Delhi: Bombay High Court Chief Justice Dipankar Dutta's reaction has also come to the fore on the Shraddha Walker murder case. On Saturday (November 19), he expressed concern over the growing cybercrime in India. Justice Dipankar said that the easy availability of everything on the internet has positive as well as negative consequences. Bombay High Court Chief Justice Datta made this statement while addressing a seminar on 'Dispute Resolution Mechanism in Telecom, Broadcasting, IT and Cyber Sectors' of Telecom Disputes Statement Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) in Pune.
According to reports, speaking at the seminar, the Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court said that people must have read about the Shraddha murder case in the newspapers. He termed the matter as love in Mumbai and fear in Delhi. He further said that this type of crime is increasing because people can easily get all the things they are looking for through the internet.
Justice Dutta says that he hopes that the Government of India will also be thinking seriously in this direction. According to Justice Dipankar, although the Telecom Bill is in place in India, stronger legislation would be necessary to meet the challenges ahead. Justice Dutta said that while protecting one's personal honor one has to strive towards providing justice to all in society. The judge has requested people to take it as a target.