National debate on ‘Indian Languages in field of Law and Justice’ begins

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 05 Nov 2017 12:15:54


 

Staff Reporter,

Under joint venture of LAW Department, Rani Durgavati University and Bhartiya Bhasha Abhiyan, Mahakoushal region, the two-day national debate on ‘Indian Languages in the field of Law and Justice’ was inaugurated on Saturday.


Justice SK Palo from Madhya Pradesh High Court was invited as chief guest while Vice-chancellor, Rani Durgavati University, Professor, Kapil Dev Mishra presided over the programme. Atul Kothari, national secretary, Shiksha, Sanskriti evam Utthan, Arun Bhardwaj Additional Advocate General, Haryana, Professor Ramdev Bhardwaj Vice-Chancellor of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hindi University, Bhopal, Professor Divya Chansoria, Head of Law Department and convenor national debate, Registrar, Dr. B Bharti, Dr. Mamta Rai, joint convenor, national debate, Sangeeta Joshi, executive member and Advocate, Apex Court and Tej Kumar Modh, president, Advocate Council Madhya Pradesh attended the inaugural ceremony at Pandit Kunjilal Dubey auditorium.


Justice Palo while addressing the distinguished gathering appreciated the way Rani Durgavati University contributes in the education field. As after completing their education from this university, the students are fulfilling their duties and responsibilities towards nation-building. He said that Indian languages are a vast topic to discuss. Hindi is the principal language being used in all the lower courts in Madhya Pradesh. Everyone has to contribute to provide respect to the Indian languages.


Vice Chancellor RDVV, Professor Mishra said that a nation becomes prosper only when its citizens show all devotion and respect towards their national language.
Citing example of China and Japan, Prof. Mishra said that these countries which are on the peak of progress, always gives respect and priority to their language.
Atul Kothari informed that Bhartiya Bhasha Abhiyan was initiated in Jabalpur in the year 2012. He said that along with English language, the Court should also use Hindi language in during its working.


He said that we don’t oppose English language but as long as justice is concerned the court should work giving priority to Hindi language. Similarly, there should be no compulsion of English language in law education and competition.
The spokepersons further discussed about the significance and relevance of Indian languages.