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BENGALURU: Indian women, especially those belonging to marginalised communities, face disparities in remuneration compared to their male counterparts despite making significant contributions to various spheres of work, CJI DY Chandrachud said here on Sunday.
The CJI delivered the inaugural Justice ES Venkataramaiah Centennial Memorial Lecture organised by the National Law School of India University (NLSIU). The CJI is the Chancellor of the law school.
Describing the gender pay gap as “a persistent challenge” before society, the CJI said it reflects a complex interplay of factors, including societal norms, cultural expectations and systemic unconscious biases. “The pay gap widens as it intersects with other forms of discrimination, amplifying challenges for women who navigate both gender and racial biases,” he said, calling for bridging the gender pay gap through policies.
The CJI expressed concern over disability becoming a barrier and denying individuals access to public opportunities due to societal biases perceiving disability as a limitation. He lauded the judiciary in Karnataka for being the biggest employer of people with disabilities among various state judiciaries in the country.
Referring to Supreme Court verdicts upholding the rights of the disabled, he said, “The…
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