The matter relates to the protest that was organised to demand the resignation of then Minister KS Eshwarappa following a suicide case.
Chief Justice of India (CJI) D.Y. Chandrachud on Friday inaugurated a ‘Mitti Cafe’ on the premises of the Supreme Court which will be managed by specially-abled staff.
CJI Chandrachud, who was accompanied by other colleague judges, called for members of the bar to support the Mitti Cafe.
Mitti — a social initiative foundation — has 35+ cafes which are managed by hundreds of adults with special needs and have served over 10 million meals.
The non-governmental organisation (NGO) works towards the economic independence and dignity for adults with physical, intellectual and psychiatric disabilities and persons from other vulnerable communities.