CJI warns - if not under the constitution, then the consequences will be severe.

Staff reporter, New Delhi
26/11/2018   0 Comments

In a program on the occasion of Constitution Day, Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, recalling the date of implementation of the Constitution, said that it is a matter of pride that in our seven decades our constitution was established as a great power. He said that when the Constitution was implemented, our Constitution was criticized. Sir Ever Jennings said it was very big and hard, but the time has proved this criticism weak. For seven decades our constitution has remained in the form of great power. CJI says that our Constitution guides us, even in difficult times, the Constitution shows the same path. This is in our interest that we should follow the advice of the Constitution. It is in our interest that we get the above-mentioned advice while under the purview of the Constitution. If we do not do this we will have to face severe consequences.

Earlier, Supreme Court Justice Madan Lokur also paid homage to the innocent people killed in the 26/11 terror attack. He said that we need to be more alert, alert and careful after such attacks. Justice Madan Lokur said that our constitution is strong and independent. Better synergy and better harmony between all the constitutional institutions including the legislature, executive, judiciary, the CVC, the media. Let us state that the Constitution Day is celebrated on 26th November in the country every year. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar is remembered on this day. He prepared the world's largest constitution as the Indian Constitution. It is said that it was created after closely examining all the constitution of the world. It is considered the largest constitution in the world, which includes 448 paragraphs, 12 schedules and 94 amendments. It is a handwritten constitution that contains 48 articles. It took 2 years 11 months and 17 days to prepare it.

Earlier on the eve of Constitution Day, Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi invited Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on dinner. The Chief Justice and Judge of Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Nepal and Bhutan who joined the BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic) also participated in this dinner program.


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