National debate on Indian languages in field of law, justice held

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 06 Nov 2017 10:39:26


 

Staff Reporter,

 

Two-day national debate on Indian languages in the field of law and justice organised under the joint banner of Law department RDU and Bhartiya Bhasha Abhiyan, Mahakaushal region concluded on Sunday. The occasion recorded the presence of Justice Sujoy Pal of MP High Court as chief guest while Prof ADN Bajpaiee former VC Himachal University presided over the occasion. The occasion was specially addressed by Purushendra Kaurav Advocate General MP Government as key note speaker in presence of Prof Kapildeo Mishra VC RDU and other host of eminent.


AT the out set, Prof Kapildeo Mishra VC RDU accorded warm welcome to Justice Sujoy Pal of MP High Court, Purushendra Kaurav Advocate General MP Government, Prof ADN Bajpaiee former VC Himachal University by offering shawl and shreephal. The occasion was also graced by RK Verma Additional AG MP Govt, Arun Bharadwaj Additional AG Haryana Govt, HOD Diyva Chansoria and others at Pt Kunjilal Dubey auditorium.


Chief guest Justice Sujoy Pal of MP High Court in brief speech given on the occasion congratulated the organizing committee for the national debate and said legal language is the one which acceptable to masses. He said India is country with multi caste and multi lingual hence love and affection must prevail among all.


Purushendra Kaurav Advocate General MP Government in his capacity as key note speaker for the national debate said it desirable that legal work should be carried out in Indian languages but there is need to give thought on the hurdles in the way. And to attain this there ought be adequate infrastructure to achieve the desired objective. Another speaker Atul Kothari national secretary Shiksha Sanskriti Evam Utthan quoted illustration from England and said. In England till 1362 people belonging to upper section of society used to speak French while people from lower strata used English for communication. But in view of public agitation English language was given the status of National Language that later got established as world language. Therefore in India we need public agitation that would ensure that mother tongue is used in education, judiciary and administration.

On the second day of the national debate two session were organized, the first session was chaired by Prof Divya Chansoria while the second session was presided over by Atul Kothari. Among eminent who spoke at length in two session were former MP Jaishree Banerjee, Prof Ramshankar, Sangeeta Joshi, among student were Shashank Yadav, Nitya Patel and Amit Soni. The efforts of Prof Ramkumar Rajak, Dr Rajendra Kurariya, Dr Sharad Sahu, Dr Umakant Gajbeer, Dr Neena Pyasi, Dr Neeraj Rai and students from UTD Law, Mother Tresea Law College, APN Law College and Neelkanth Law college proved of substance.