Need to Indianise judiciary, make it litigant-friendly: CJI


After 70 years, the Indian judiciary is readying itself to break from the colonial and foreign procedural and jurisprudential influence as CJI N V Ramana laid emphasis on effecting radical changes to enable courts and its stakeholders create a friendly atmosphere and use a language familiar to litigants from rural areas. “The working and the style of courts do not sit well with the complexities of India,” he said.