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CJI Advocates Mutual Fraternity for Societal Equality

CJI Advocates Mutual Fraternity for Societal Equality

In his address at a state-level 'Hamara Samvidhan Hamara Samman' campaign in Bikaner, Chief Justice of India D Y Chandrachud emphasized the importance of mutual fraternity in maintaining equality within the country. He questioned how progress could be achieved if people were engaged in conflict rather than cooperation, emphasizing the need for mutual respect in line with the constitutional principles.

Justice Chandrachud underscored the paramount significance of human dignity, a core value in the Constitution crafted by the visionaries, with Dr. B.R. Ambedkar leading the Drafting Committee. He noted that the Constitution was designed to uphold justice, liberty, and equality, along with fostering a sense of fraternity and individual dignity.

Turning his attention to the state of district courts, the Chief Justice highlighted ongoing efforts to enhance their functionality and infrastructure. He stressed the pivotal role of district courts in facilitating access to justice, affirming initiatives to modernize court facilities and improve their operational efficiency.

Discussing the role of technology in the legal landscape, Justice Chandrachud pointed out the strides made in leveraging technological advancements to promote legal awareness and services. He cited the adoption of video conferencing for court hearings, enabling lawyers to participate remotely and advocate their cases effectively. Furthermore, he highlighted efforts to utilize technology for translating judgments into regional languages, thereby enhancing accessibility and understanding among diverse populations.

The Chief Justice also acknowledged the proactive measures undertaken by the Supreme Court to enhance its technological capabilities, demonstrating a commitment to embracing innovation for the delivery of justice. He emphasized the importance of making judgments available in various regional languages to ensure broader dissemination and comprehension across different linguistic communities.

Union Minister of State for Law, Arjun Ram Meghwal, also delivered remarks at the event, underscoring the government's commitment to supporting initiatives aimed at upholding the principles of the Constitution and fostering a just and equitable society.

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CJI Advocates Mutual Fraternity for Societal Equality

CJI Advocates Mutual Fraternity for Societal Equality

In his address at a state-level 'Hamara Samvidhan Hamara Samman' campaign in Bikaner, Chief Justice of India D Y Chandrachud emphasized the importance of mutual fraternity in maintaining equality within the country. He questioned how progress could be achieved if people were engaged in conflict rather than cooperation, emphasizing the need for mutual respect in line with the constitutional principles.

Justice Chandrachud underscored the paramount significance of human dignity, a core value in the Constitution crafted by the visionaries, with Dr. B.R. Ambedkar leading the Drafting Committee. He noted that the Constitution was designed to uphold justice, liberty, and equality, along with fostering a sense of fraternity and individual dignity.

Turning his attention to the state of district courts, the Chief Justice highlighted ongoing efforts to enhance their functionality and infrastructure. He stressed the pivotal role of district courts in facilitating access to justice, affirming initiatives to modernize court facilities and improve their operational efficiency.

Discussing the role of technology in the legal landscape, Justice Chandrachud pointed out the strides made in leveraging technological advancements to promote legal awareness and services. He cited the adoption of video conferencing for court hearings, enabling lawyers to participate remotely and advocate their cases effectively. Furthermore, he highlighted efforts to utilize technology for translating judgments into regional languages, thereby enhancing accessibility and understanding among diverse populations.

The Chief Justice also acknowledged the proactive measures undertaken by the Supreme Court to enhance its technological capabilities, demonstrating a commitment to embracing innovation for the delivery of justice. He emphasized the importance of making judgments available in various regional languages to ensure broader dissemination and comprehension across different linguistic communities.

Union Minister of State for Law, Arjun Ram Meghwal, also delivered remarks at the event, underscoring the government's commitment to supporting initiatives aimed at upholding the principles of the Constitution and fostering a just and equitable society.

 
 
 
 

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