In a tweet following the release of anchor Arnab Goswami, Kamra wrote 'DY Chandrachud is a flight attendant serving champagne to first-class passengers...'
He also added that e-seva kendras will soon be in place at all courts across the country for a litigant to access the system conveniently.
He was speaking during a virtual inauguration ceremony of the country's first E-Goverennace Centre in Nashik.
Justice Chandrachud also said that privacy, in this digital age, is facing a crucial challenge from hackers, private firms and government.
Delivering a lecture here in Gujarat, Justice Chandrachud also said that use of state machinery to curb dissent instills fear, which violates the rule of law.
Chandrachud said that sexuality of a woman, which was a definitive expression of identity, was part of her inviolable core and neither the state, nor the institution of marriage could disparage it.
'Aadhaar cannot be treated as a money bill and passing a bill as money bill which is not a money bill is a fraud on the Constitution,' he observed in a separate minority judgment.
Justice Chandrachud, who is part of the five-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, lost his cool after not getting a satisfactory reply to his query.