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Outlining responsibility of judiciary globally, Justice Mishra terms PM a genius who thinks globally and acts locally

By Indian Mandarins- 23 Feb 2020


While speaking at the inaugural ceremony of International Judicial Conference at Supreme Court of India in New Delhi on February 22, 2020, Justice Arun Mishra said that judiciary was protector and guardian of the ground norms of respective countries. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the conference and it was widely underlined when Justice Mishra praised Modi terming him as an "internationally acclaimed visionary" and a "versatile genius, who thinks globally and acts locally". No wonder he is the favourite judge of the regime!

Equating the legislature, executive and judiciary as heart, brain and backbone of democracy respectively, he underlined that these three organs have to work independently but in tandem to make the democracy successful. Kingdoms are seen falling apart where judiciary has failed to contribute to effective governance and hence judicial system has a significant role to play in the ever-changing world, said Justice Mishra.

He further underlined that Indian systems might be different at international level but challenges faced by the judiciary at national and global levels are more or less the same.

Amid the growing concern among masses of being left out and deprived of its gains, the sense of injustice, inequality looms large. He further said that in the present era, technology and trade are increasingly evolving as weapons of war and before it becomes lethal like Coronavirus, it has to be taken care of by all of us alike.

Praising and acknowledging the presence of PM Modi and people from the legal fraternity, Justice Mishra added, “Your presence indicates that we are united in our steely resolve against the invasion of human rights and terrorism. Our collective efforts will pave the way for global developments by evolving common standards.”

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