'We Owe A Duty To Future Generations To Preserve The Fruits Of Freedom': Justice S V Bhatti

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3 Oct 2021 6:55 AM GMT

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  • We Owe A Duty To Future Generations To Preserve The Fruits Of Freedom: Justice S V Bhatti

    As a part of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, an initiative of NALSA, District level programmes on 'Pan-India Awareness and Outreach Campaign' was conducted by Thiruvananthapuram District Legal Services Authority on Saturday. Justice Sarasa Venkatanarayana Bhatti, Kerala High Court Judge and Portfolio judge of Thiruvananthapuram District inaugurated the event at Justice Anna Chandy Auditorium...

    As a part of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, an initiative of NALSA, District level programmes on 'Pan-India Awareness and Outreach Campaign' was conducted by Thiruvananthapuram District Legal Services Authority on Saturday. Justice Sarasa Venkatanarayana Bhatti, Kerala High Court Judge and Portfolio judge of Thiruvananthapuram District inaugurated the event at Justice Anna Chandy Auditorium in ADR Centre, Thiruvananthapuram.

    During the inaugural address of the event, a part of the broader initiative to commemorate India's 75 years of Independence, Justice SV Bhatti reminded that the fruits of the freedom which we enjoy today are the results of the selfless sacrifices made by our ancestors and correspondingly, we owe a duty to our coming generations to preserve this freedom. He exhorted the participants consisting of 35 law students, judges of the subordinate judiciary and other dignitaries representing the Thiruvananthapuram Bar Association, administrators of Law Colleges in Thiruvananthapuram, and other stakeholders to inculcate and practise the principles envisaged in Article 51 A of the Indian Constitution, regarding fundamental duties.

    for achieving this aim (to preserve freedom), we need to inculcate, nurture and practice the responsibilities cast upon every citizen, by sub-articles (b), (c ) and (g) of Article 51 A of the Constitution of India, he said.

    The judge proposed a solemn declaration and commitment for preserving the environment which was circulated in the meeting. The pledge was undertaken by the participants who were physically present in the meeting.

    With a view to accomplish the novel vision of the judge, the website of the Thiruvananthapuram district court is suitably modified, and the pledge is made available online on the website.

    General public can access the pledge and undertake it online by accessing the website of the district court, Thiruvananthapuram.

    The whole program was live-streamed online to enable the public to participate in the program.

    Click Here To Take The Pledge Online For Students


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