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Delhi High Court launches 'Digital Courts For Contested Traffic Challans'

Delhi High Court launches 'Digital Courts For Contested Traffic Challans'

The Delhi High Court on Friday launched two projects namely “Digital Courts for Contested Traffic Challans” and “Bail Orders Sharing Module on the e-Prison platform.”

Chief Justice of India, Justice DY Chandrachud, launch this project through Online mode, DY Chandrachud during the conference appreciates the High Court as well as everyone involved in the launch of the initiatives in incorporating technology in judicial functioning.

The projects have been launched by the Information Technology Committee of Delhi High Court which is headed by Justice Rajiv Shakdher as the Chairman. Other members are Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva, Justice Sanjeev Narula, Justice Talwant Singh and Justice Purushaindra Kumar Kaurav.

In the digital courts, the alleged violators can appear through video conferencing, who, if convicted, can pay the fine online on https://pay.ecourts.gov.in.

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