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PM Modi, a versatile genius who thinks globally and acts locally: Justice Mishra | India News


NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court judge, Judge Arun Mishra, praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday and described him as an “internationally acclaimed visionary” and a “versatile genius, who thinks globally and acts locally.”

Complementing the Prime Minister and the Union’s law minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad, for eliminating 1,500 obsolete laws, Judge Mishra said that India is a responsible and friendlier member of the international community under the “administration” of Modi.

In casting the vote of thanks in the inaugural role of the International Judicial Conference 2020 – ‘The judiciary and the changing world’ in the Supreme Court, he said that the challenges facing the judiciary at national and international levels are common and the power Judicial has an “important role” in the constantly changing world.

“Decent human existence is our main concern. We thank the versatile genius, who thinks globally and acts locally, Shri Narendra Modi, for his inspiring speech that would act as a catalyst to initiate deliberations and set the conference agenda,” Justice Mishra , who is the third oldest in the trial court, said he expressed his gratitude to the prime minister for opening the conference.

He said that India is the largest democracy in the world and “people wonder how this democracy is working so successfully.”

“India is a responsible and friendlier member of the international community under the direction of visionary International Visionary Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi,” he said.

“India is committed to constitutional obligations and is dedicated to a peaceful and safe world, free from terrorism. In the development process, the preservation of the environment is considered supreme,” he said.

Judge Mishra emphasized the need to strengthen the judicial system and said: “We are now in the 21st century. We are looking for modern infrastructure not only for the present but also for the future.”

“Strengthening the judicial system is the call of the day, since it is the backbone of democracy, while the legislature is the heart and the executive is the brain. These three state organs have to work independently but together to that democracy be successful … ”

Referring to globalization, he said, “but there is growing concern among the masses of being excluded and deprived of the gains of globalization.”

“The sense of injustice and inequality created by them attacks us,” he said, adding: “We all have to deal with it before it is lethal as the coronavirus.”

He also referred to the contribution of an independent and robust bar and said that the fact that “the bar is the mother of the judiciary” cannot be denied.

Judges from more than 20 countries will attend the conference here.

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