Saw the dedication of Chandrachud couple in the upbringing of orphans, Justice Gavai said – CJI will change the picture of Indian Judiciary
Gavai said that we find it difficult to raise our children. But the CJI couple are ready to sacrifice everything for the sake of the adopted children.
Supreme Court Justice BR Gavai believes that CJI DY Chandrachud is capable of changing the picture of the Indian judiciary. At a function organized at the Bombay High Court on Saturday, Gavai said the country would see how the CJI provides cheap and speedy justice to the common man. The decisions taken during his tenure will always be considered exemplary. Justices Abhay Oka and Dipankar Dutta were also present in the programme.
The function was organized in honor of the CJI. Justice Gavai said that we have closely seen the firepower of the CJI. He is known to complete every work. He wants all sections of the society, especially the weaker sections, to get a chance to come into the mainstream.
Justice Gavai gave an example of how emotional and responsible the CJI is. He told that the Chandrachud couple had adopted two children while being the Chief Justice of the Allahabad High Court. Both have raised them like their own children. When a child fell ill in the past, the CJI’s wife Kalpana Das stayed with him in Chandigarh for almost a month to take care of him.
Gavai said that we find it difficult to raise our children. But the CJI couple are ready to sacrifice everything for the sake of the adopted children. He said that this glimpse of humanity is clearly visible in the decisions of the CJI. This alone shows their approach that how serious they are.
His decision on the entry of women in the Indian Army says it all. They Workaholic. They have a way of thinking. They talk out of the box and have the ability to implement it. there’s a force behind them and they’re His wife Kalpana Das. Gavai said that because of his family values and company with his wife, the CJI looks serious about every person. This specialty of his tells that how soon and how the picture of Indian Judiciary is going to change.