Digital Desk, New Delhi Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday addressed the Gujarat High Court Diamond Jubilee function through video conferencing. Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani was also present on the occasion. The Prime Minister also issued a postage stamp. Many congratulations to all on the occasion of Gujarat High Court Diamond Jubilee. Over the years, the Gujarat High Court and the Bar have carved out a distinctive mark with their legal savvy, their scholarship and intellectualism. PM Modi said that our justice system should be accessible even to those who stand in the last stage of society, where justice is done to every individual. In this direction the government is making continuous efforts to fulfill its duties.
Prime Minister Modi said the duty and devotion of the Gujarat High Court to work for truth and justice, readiness for its constitutional functions has strengthened both the Indian legal system and Indian democracy. The responsibility given to the executive, the legislature and the judiciary in our constitution is like death to our constitution. Our judiciary has firmly fulfilled its responsibility to protect constitutional life.
PM Modi said that the rule of law in Indian society has been the basis of civilization and social fabric for centuries. It is mentioned in our ancient scriptures – Nyamulam Surajya Sayat. That is, the source of good governance is in justice. Confidence in the judiciary instilled confidence in the minds of the common citizen. Gave him the strength to stand up for the truth. We discussed the contribution of the judiciary in the country’s journey since independence and also the contribution of the bar.
Prime Minister Modi said that our justice system should be accessible to the last person in the society, where justice is guaranteed to every individual and justice is guaranteed on time. In this direction the government is making continuous efforts to fulfill its duties. Ideals of justice that are part of Indian customs, justice is the right of every Indian. Therefore, it is the responsibility of both the judiciary and the government to create a world-class justice system in the world’s largest democracy.
PM Modi said the Digital India Mission is modernizing our legal system very fast today. Today, more than 18,000 courts in the country are computerized. E-processing has increased in all courts only after the Supreme Court obtained legal sessions from video conferencing and teleconferencing. Everyone is proud that our Supreme Court has become the most heard Supreme Court in the world through video conference.