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Justice Chandrachud inaugurates e-filing module of Kerala High Court

The Chairperson of the Supreme Court’s e-Committee, Justice D Y Chandrachud today said virtual courts set up for adjudicating traffic offences have completed challan procedures in one crore 15 lakh cases across the country till the 27th of last month. Of these, fine has been paid in 20 lakh 22,000 cases,realising Rs 209 crore.

Justice Chandrachud was inaugurating the e-filing module of the Kerala High Court through video conferencing.

Terming the initiative of the High Court is an important step towards the decentralisation of justice, he said e-filing of cases is beneficial not just for the litigants but also for lawyers and the judiciary. He urged states to make e-filing mandatory and suggested that training on e-services should be made available free of cost to the litigants.

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan who inaugurated the paperless court initiative said that the state government is committed to the utilization of advancements in technology to enhance the ease of living of its citizens. He said more than 500 services are now available to the people and the effort is to make official procedures simplified and less cumbersome.

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