Late Justice Rajindar Sachar’s Autobiography: ‘In Pursuit of Justice’

The family of Late Justice Rajindar Sachar in association with The Indian Society of International Law and The Indian Law Institute is organizing the book launch “In Pursuit Of Justice: An Autobiography” written by Late Justice Rajindar Sachar. The book has been posthumously published.

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About Justice Rajindar Sachar:

  • Justice Rajindar Sachar was a socialist, an egalitarian, a defender of civil liberties, a deeply engaged citizen of India, and, above all, a humanist.
  • A man who believed in standing for the last man in the line, he was ‘armed’ with a moral compass that never wavered.
  • He joined the Delhi High Court in 1970 but was transferred out of Delhi for voicing his opposition to the Emergency.
  • During those dark days, he shared a close bond with justice H.R. Khanna, the lone voice of dissent in a Supreme Court that chose to side with Indira Gandhi.
  • Brought back to Delhi after the Emergency, he rose to become the Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court.

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