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Orissa High Court Chief Justice S. Muralidhar Interacts With Students On Children's Day

Nupur Thapliyal
15 Nov 2021 4:58 AM GMT
Orissa High Court Chief Justice S. Muralidhar Interacts With Students On Childrens Day
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On the occasion of Children's Day, the Chief Justice of Orissa High Court S. Muralidhar yesterday interacted with class 11th and 12th students at the Orissa Judicial Academy and encouraged them to aspire towards becoming Lawyers and Judges and being the instruments of dispensation of justice for the poor and downtrodden litigants seeking justice.In a first, the Orissa High Court...

On the occasion of Children's Day, the Chief Justice of Orissa High Court S. Muralidhar yesterday interacted with class 11th and 12th students at the Orissa Judicial Academy and encouraged them to aspire towards becoming Lawyers and Judges and being the instruments of dispensation of justice for the poor and downtrodden litigants seeking justice.



In a first, the Orissa High Court premises were kept open for the purpose of visit by about 25 children from Ravenshaw Higher Secondary School along with their teachers.

The students had taken glimpses of the statues of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Utkal Gourav Madhusudan Das and Justice B.K. Ray, the first Chief Justice of the High Court of Orissa. 

Among other things, the students saw Chief Justice's Courts, Chambers in the Heritage Building, the New Building of the Court as well as the photograph gallery of Former Chief Justices and Judges.

The students, on being thrilled to witness the premises, raised interesting queries about the legal profession, lawyers and judges. The same were actively responded and answered by lawyers namely Mr. Bibhu Prasad Tripathy, Mrs. Pami Rath and Mr. Saswat Acharya.



During their visit at the State Judicial Academy, Chief Justice S. Muralidhar told the students about nobility of legal profession and the contribution of legal fraternity in nation building.

He stressed on the ability to recognize injustice and the constitutional values to be nurtured through Judicial System.



The students also visited the High Court Bar Association Hall where they interacted with the Office Bearers of the Association and young Lawyers where they were told about eminent legal luminaries of the State having made contribution of national importance.

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