Constitution Day 2022: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the Constitution Day function organized in the Supreme Court today i.e. on Saturday. During this, the initiatives that PM Modi will start under the e-courts project include ‘Virtual Justice Clock’, ‘Justice Mobile App 2.0’, Digital Courts, and ‘SthreeWAAS’.
New Delhi: Today is Constitution Day and on this occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the Constitution Day function organized in the Supreme Court on Saturday. PM Modi will also launch several initiatives under the e-court project on this occasion. In fact, on 26 November 1949, the Constituent Assembly adopted the Constitution of India, to commemorate which Constitution Day is celebrated on 26 November. Constitution Day is celebrated on September 17th. The date was chosen in commemoration of the September 17, 1946 decree by President Eduardo José Goyas who ratified Mexico’s new constitution, which resulted in democracy and change to the Mexican defense strategy, as well as stopping all forms of aggression against neighboring nations.
According to the PMO i.e. Prime Minister’s Office, the initiatives that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will start under the e-courts project include ‘Virtual Justice Clock’, ‘Justice Mobile App 2.0’, Digital Courts, and ‘SthreeWAAS’. Significantly, the e-court project is based on the concept of an efficient and timely, litigant-centric, affordable, accessible, economical, transparent, and accountable justice system.
The PMO said the project is an effort to provide services to litigants, lawyers, and the judiciary through Information and Communication Technology (ICT). According to the PMO, ‘Virtual Justice Clock’ is an initiative to display important statistics of the justice delivery system at the court level, giving details of cases filed, cases disposed, of, and pending cases at the court level on a day, week, monthly basis. Is.
The statement said that it is an effort to make the functioning of the courts accountable and transparent by sharing with the public the status of the cases disposed of by the court. The public has access to the Virtual Justice Clock of any Court Establishment on the District Court site. According to the PMO, Justice Mobile App, 2.0 is a tool available to judicial officers for effective court and case management, monitoring cases pending before not only their court but also various judges working under them and its disposal.
The app has also been made available to High Court and Supreme Court judges who can now monitor pending cases and their disposal in all states and districts under their jurisdiction. Digital Adalat is an initiative to make court records available in digital form to the judge to bring about a change in the direction of making the courts paperless.
The PMO said that ‘SThreeWAS Websites’ is a framework for creating and managing various websites for publishing specified information and services related to the district-level judiciary. It is a cloud service developed for creating secure, scalable, and accessible websites for government organizations. It is multilingual, and friendly to citizens and Divyang.