CJI Chandrachud cautions lawyers against resorting to strike; says issues can always be resolved through discussion

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On Sunday, CJI unfurled the national flag at the Aurangabad Bench of the Bombay High Court, in accordance with the annual tradition to commemorate the 75th Marathwada Liberation Day

Speaking at Chhatrapati Sambhaji Nagar recently to mark the 75th Marathwada Liberation Day, also known as Marathwada Mukti Sangram Din, the Chief Justice of India cautioned lawyers against resorting to strikes and boycotting courts.

CJI DY Chandrachud further emphasised that issues could always be amicably resolved by discussion and co-operation between the Bar and the Bench.

The Marathwada Liberation Day is celebrated to mark the internal freedom movement such as the Marathwada Mukti Sangram which ensured that India became a union of states after the Nizam of Hyderabad eventually surrendered and agreed to the merger with on 17 September 1948.

Speaking on the occasion, Justice Chandrachud shared the importance of the Marathwada liberation movement in Marathi, the मायबोली.

With a view to ensure women's voice in the legal system, CJI stated that it is a constitutional duty of every member of the legal profession to provide substantive institutional support and encouragement to women lawyers.

Addressing young lawyers, all lawyers have been encouraged to provide proper guidance and support to the young members of the legal profession.

While addressing a gathering of over six hundred advocates at Chatrapati Sambhaji Nagar, CJI Chandrachud emphasized on the importance of enhancing collaboration between judges and lawyers to find solutions for the betterment of the legal system and the administration of justice.