CJI Dipak Misra for eatablishment of State Lawyers’ Academy in Jabalpur

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 30 Jun 2018 11:09:35



Staff Reporter

“prevailing age of globalisation has brought various new things and changes around us. New concepts, new laws and opportunities are coming in every sphere and even law is not untouched. Every one should know about new concepts. To update the lawyers about ongoing changes and to train them properly in well-equipped system of learning that could help whole system to deliver the kustice in true spirit. The State Government should establish a State Lawyers’ Academy in Jabalpur so that new changes and new things could be imparted to lawyers. Branches of academy should be established in Gwalior, Bhopal and Indore benches too, so that lawyers could be imparted about updates”, said, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra while addressing his speaking at the felicitation ceremony organised at the South Block of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday.

CJI Dipak Misra that “Holy river Narmada is a creation of almighty God that remains flowing as a source of inspiration to realise ourselves and to get relieved from self made proud, anger and egoistic attitude that was never crated by God. Since I have offered prayers atthe bank of holy Narmada till today, it is my strength and inspiration. The city of Jabalpur called Sanskardhani, has plenty of blessings of Goddess Narmada”.Narrating the concept of no place of getting prejudiced without knowing the root cause behind any circumstances in mind of Judges or Lawyers or in whole Judiciary, CJI, Misra said for the deliverance of justice to the people no judge or lawyer or any judicial officers are allowed to take decision being prejudiced. Appreciting Advocate General of Madhya Pradesh and his positive approach towards Bars, CJI, Misra advised that the ever extending supporting hand should be maintained and it should never became an expedient hand from an extended hand for help, as it is duty of State Government. He further said “Jabalpur Bar is a rich Bar with high values and traditions.

It has great asset value in terms of intellectual property. A Bar should be rich in intellectual property and not in terms of materialistic richness. He advised to the judges and Advocates to be punctual otherwise they would be amongst violators of rule of the law. He lastly extended gratitude towards the legal fraternity of Jabalpur for rousing welcome and thanked expressing his gratitude. The welcome ceremony of Justice Deepak Misra, Chief Justice of India organised by the Senior Advocates’ Council and Madhya Pradesh Senior Advocates’ Bar Association. Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court, Justice Hemant Gupta, Chief Justice of the Patna High Court, Justice Rajendra Menon, Administrative Judge of the MPHC, Justice SK Seth, Justice RS Jha, Portfolio Judge of the Jabalpur District Court, President of the State Bar Council of Madhya Pradesh, Shivendra Upadhyay, Advocate General of Madhya Pradesh, Purushendra Kaurav, Senior Advocates’ Council, President, Rajendra Tiwari, MP Senior Advocates’ Bar, President, Manoj Sharma and Jabalpur District Bar, President, RK Singh Saini were present.

Earlier, Chief Justice of MPHC, Justice Hemant Gupta welcoming the CJI Justice Depak Misra and other dignitaries attending the ceremony said Justice Misra has great knowledge about Mythology, Religion, Philosophy, Human Behaviour and all the spheres of Law. His working remained a source of inspiration for Judiciary. He said determination and commitment, punctuality towards work reflects in every act of Justice Misra. He said due to some incident his flight was cancelled at Delhi but he travelled overnight and reached Jabalpur. This shows his commitment towards his work and also compassion towards the city of Jabalpur.

Manoj Sharma delivered welcome address while senior Advocate, Rajendra Tiwari proposed a vote of thanks. The program was attended by former Judge of the Supreme Court of India, Justice M V Tamaskar, Justice DM Dharmadhikari, former Judges of the MP High Court, Seating Judges of the Madhya Pradesh High Court, Registrar General of the MPHC, Officers of Judiciary, Advocates were present in large numbers.