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'Judges Shouldn't Count Their Leaves, No Alternatives To Hardwork': Justice MR Shah

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6 Dec 2021 3:42 AM GMT
Judges Shouldnt Count Their Leaves, No Alternatives To Hardwork: Justice MR Shah
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"There is no alternative to hard work and Judges should not count their leaves, rather devote all the time to the service of the people", said Justice MR Shah, Judge, Supreme Court of India in an inspiring valedictory session of the 30th Batch of Civil Judges (Jr.Division) of Bihar Judicial Services organized by Bihar Judicial Academy on Sunday.The event was graced by the presence of...

"There is no alternative to hard work and Judges should not count their leaves, rather devote all the time to the service of the people", said Justice MR Shah, Judge, Supreme Court of India in an inspiring valedictory session of the 30th Batch of Civil Judges (Jr.Division) of Bihar Judicial Services organized by Bihar Judicial Academy on Sunday.

The event was graced by the presence of Justice MR Shah along with Justice Sanjay Karol, Chief Justice, Patna High Court cum Patron in Chief, Bihar Judicial Academy; Justice Rajan Gupta, Judge cum JAD-I, Patna High Court cum Executive Chairman, Bihar State Legal Services Authority; Justice Ashwani Kumar Singh, Judge cum JAD-II, Patna High Court cum Chairman, Bihar Judicial Academy along with other Judges of Patna High Court.

During the session Justice M.R. Shah personally interacted and met the 337 Civil Judges of the 30th Batch of Bihar Judicial Services and motivated them to give their best to the society.

The programme began by singing of the National Anthem by everyone and was followed by beautiful rendition of Saraswati Vandana and Swaagat gaan by the officers of the 30th Batch. Justice MR Shah in his inimitable style, filled with humour and laced with wisdom, drew out the characteristics of a good Judge. He reminded the young officers that honesty, integrity, impartiality, empathy and complete dedication for the work are hallmarks of a good Judge.

Chief Justice Sanjay Karol sketched out how these young officers were provided training from the best minds of the country inspite of the pandemic. He also reminded the young Judges that a Judge should always be humble and behave properly with the advocates and the litigants. He highlighted the fact that Patna High Court and the people of Bihar have high hopes from these young Judges and that they need to work hard and follow the necessary Judicial discipline to justify that hope.

Justice Rajan Gupta cautioned that due process of law cannot be compromised on account of haste to merely contain the figures of pendency. On the other hand due process of law should be used to instil confidence in the general public. Justice Ashwani Kumar Singh Judge asked the young judges that they should keep evolving as a person and not let their knowledge stagnate.

The welcome address was delivered by Alok Kumar Pandey, Director, Bihar Judicial Academy while the Vote of Thanks was delivered by  Bharat Bhushan Bhasin, Additional Director, Bihar Judicial Academy

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