Jammu And Kashmir High Court Celebrates 71st Constitution Day; Organizes Webinar On ‘Preamble To The Constitution Of India

first_imgNews UpdatesJammu And Kashmir High Court Celebrates 71st Constitution Day; Organizes Webinar On ‘Preamble To The Constitution Of India LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK26 Nov 2020 6:48 AMShare This – xOn the occasion of 71st Constitution Day, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court today organized a virtual ceremony to commemorate the adoption of Constitution of India and to honour and acknowledge the contribution of its founding fathers. Chief Justice Gita Mittal led the reading of the preamble to the Constitution at Jammu Wing of the High Court in the presence of Justices Rajesh…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginOn the occasion of 71st Constitution Day, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court today organized a virtual ceremony to commemorate the adoption of Constitution of India and to honour and acknowledge the contribution of its founding fathers. Chief Justice Gita Mittal led the reading of the preamble to the Constitution at Jammu Wing of the High Court in the presence of Justices Rajesh Bindal, Sindhu Sharma, Sanjay Dhar, Puneet Gupta and Javed Iqbal. Justices Dhiraj Singh Thakur, Tashi Rabstan and Rajnesh Oswal also joined the celebration through virtual mode. Also Read: [Constitution Day 2020] Reminiscing India’s Constitutionalism: Homage to the Indian Constitution At Srinagar Wing, the preamble reading was led by Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey in the presence of Justices Sanjeev Kumar and Vinod Chatterji Koul. The officers and officials of the Registry in both the wings of the High Court also joined the celebration through virtual mode. As part of commemoration, a handbook on Fundamental Duties published by J&K Legal Services Authority was released by the Chief Justice, also the Patron-in-Chief of the authority. In her foreword, the Chief Justice stated that the Rights flow from Duties and if everyone performs one’s Duty, Rights would be automatically protected. She further stated that just as the fundamental rights are imperative for the progress of a nation, so are the fundamental duties. Justice Rajesh Bindal, in his message, stated that the objective behind engrafting Article 51-A in the Constitution of India cannot be achieved unless the citizens are made aware of their Constitutional Duties. The High Court also organized a webinar on the topic “Preamble to the Constitution of India and the Idea of Inclusion”. The programme was attended by the Chief Justice, Judges of the High Court and Judicial Officers serving in the UTs of J&K and Ladakh. Law Researchers and Law interns with the Judges of the High Court also attended the webinar. Also Read: Where Free Speech Is A Path To Lose Personal Liberty: After 70 Years Of Constitutional DemocracyNext Storylast_img

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