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

NEW DELHI: Supreme Court judge Arun Mishra praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday for his leadership, which he said led India to emerge as a “responsible and friendly member of the international community” and also praised Modi as a versatile genius who thinks globally and acts in the area.

“India is a responsible and friendlier member of the international community under the direction of the visionary and internationally acclaimed Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi. India is committed to constitutional obligations and is dedicated to a peaceful and safe world, free from terrorism, ”Judge Mishra said in giving the vote of thanks at the international judicial conference here.

“We thank the versatile genius, who thinks globally and acts locally, Shri Narendra Modi for providing us with inspiring thoughts that would act as a catalyst to initiate deliberations and set the conference agenda. We express our deep gratitude for opening the Conference, ”said Judge Mishra.

Also speaking at the conference, CJI S A Bobde said: “A feature that is often neglected is a chapter on fundamental duties that impose on each citizen the duties of complying with the Constitution, the totality and respecting their ideals and institutions,” he said. The CJI said that more than 50 countries have specific provisions on fundamental duties in their constitutions. Citing Mahatma Gandhi, Judge Bobde said that the exercise of rights depends on the sense of duty and that “real rights are the result of the fulfillment of duty.”

He said that the impact of an order approved by a court is not limited to a territorial limit of a country in a globalized world and has global implication. He said that institutions around the world should interact and exchange ideas on how to address universal problems.

Qualifying India as a “melting pot of countless cultures and traditions”, which has assimilated the legal cultures of all civilizations that have reached our shores: the Mughals, the Portuguese, the French, the Dutch and finally the English, said the judge Bobde Everyone is now connected and it is necessary to maintain a dialogue and exchange ideas with judges from other countries about many aspects of gender justice, the right to privacy, populism, the environment and sustainable development.

“The judiciary around the world is dealing with this type of change, which could be called a rights revolution, a technological revolution and a demographic revolution. Our decisions no longer affect only those who live in our jurisdiction, but also those who live in other jurisdictions, some far away, ”said the CJI.

Highlighting new challenges such as terrorism, cybercrime, environmental degradation facing a globalized world, Justice NV Ramana, the senior judge of the SC, said there is a need for unanimity among the institutions that cross the country to develop a solution. these problems.

“For example, terrorism is one of the main problems that has affected all parts of the world and has no end in sight. The judiciary must respond adequately to this problem by developing innovative principles and jurisprudence so that terrorism is kept at bay and, at the same time, the rule of law is respected. More importantly, “globalization” demands the rule of law. With the increase in cross-border transactions, the movement of citizens, goods and investments, greater trust is required between nations. This trust can be built by creating institutions with a strong emphasis on the rule of law, which creates a safe environment, ”he said.

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