CJI NV Ramana said The country will progress only when the citizens know the concept of the constitution

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Highlights

  • CJI NV Raman described law as an instrument of social change
  • “This generation of youth is taking the world towards revolution”
  • “Law Schooling Should Turn Graduates Into Social Engineers”

CJI NV Raman: Chief Justice (CJI) N V Ramana on Sunday said that a constitutional republic can prosper only if its citizens know what is envisaged in their Constitution. Justice Ramana said that every person should be made aware of his rights and duties. It should be the endeavor of the graduates studying law to explain the constitutional provisions in simple words to the people. Addressing the fifth convocation of Hidayatullah National Law University (HNLU), Raipur, he described law as an instrument of social change. He said that law schooling should convert graduates into social engineers.

the information of the constitution is limited to a very small part

CJI Raman said, “This generation of youth is taking the world towards revolution. Whether it is the climate crisis or human rights violations, they are a united force around the world. In fact, the technological revolution has made each one of us global citizens. It is time for all of us to join the revolution.” He underlined the role of youth in bringing about social change through legislation and constitution, saying, “The sad reality is that it is time to define the aspirations of modern independent India. The supreme document is limited to the knowledge of law students, lawyers and a very small section of the Indian population.

Justice Ramana said, “A constitutional republic will progress only when its citizens are aware of what is envisaged in their constitution.” Achieving new heights.

The state government is taking adequate care of the budgetary needs of the judicial community.

Meanwhile, the Chief Justice also congratulated Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, saying that he has heard that his government is taking adequate care of the infrastructural and budgetary needs of the judicial community in the state. He hoped that this trend would continue and Chhattisgarh would emerge as a role model in terms of providing best infrastructure to the judiciary. The Chief Minister of the state had come as the chief guest in this program. Supreme Court Judge S Abdul Nazeer presided over the event. Chief Justice of Chhattisgarh High Court Arup Kumar Goswami was also present in the program.

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