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CJI NV Ramana's last day in SC, senior advocate cries
CJI NV Ramana's last day in SC, senior advocate cries

New Delhi: Supreme Court Chief Justice NV Ramana is retiring on Friday. Let us tell you that before this, he is hearing 5 important cases. However, Attorney General KK Venugopal said, "In your retirement, we are losing an intellectual and an outstanding judge.'' On the other hand, senior advocate Dushyant Dave started crying in the courtroom and said, 'You are a judge of the people.'

Let us tell you that this is the first time in the history of the Supreme Court that the ceremonial bench of a CJI was live streamed. Which was a webcast on the Supreme Court website. NV Ramana has been distributing master of roster cases for hearing in 16 benches of the court. However, in the past, he appeared helpless in front of the Supreme Court registry regarding the listing of cases. In fact, on August 17, a case listed for hearing was removed by the registry.

In such a situation, CJI Ramana was very angry and he said that he would speak on this issue in his farewell speech on August 26. However, he said during the farewell speech that, 'The issue of pendency is the biggest challenge and I believe that listing is an area where I could not pay much attention. I am sorry for that. The only way to improve the system is to deploy modern technologies and artificial intelligence. But unlike commercial organisations, we cannot buy them from the market.' Apart from this, Ramana had also said that there are many issues on which he wants to question, but he did not want to speak before leaving the post.

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