Your points are pragmatic indeed. Actually, the justice system of Bangladesh chronically suffers from a number of traditional problems, e.g., backlogs, unusual delay, excessive litigation costs, manual case management, etc. Hence, it badly needs the innovative solutions of court technology, as it is already proven to give impressive results in other jurisdictions.

Moreover, it is reported that out of 164 million, over 116 million people have access to the internet connection alongside over 174 million mobile subscribers. So, the digital divide is on the decrease. In fact, Bangladesh is yet to be fit for full-scale digitalization in the justice sector. As it has already started its journey towards the digital justice revolution, it has a long way to go in the future.

Thank you so much for your brilliant comment like this.

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Md. Abdul Malek

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LLM (Dhaka); An Independent Researcher

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