Providing a safe future and peaceful environment to future generation is our collective responsibility – Yogi
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Lucknow, November 20: Speaking today as the Chief Guest of the 22nd International Conference of Chief Justices of the World organized by City Montessori School, online, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath said that providing a peaceful environment and safe future to our future generations is our collective moral responsibility. He commended CMS for bringing the judiciary from around the world on a common platform to hold discussions on Article 51 of the Constitution of India and expressed confidence that the deliberations being held here would lead to the formation of a better, peaceful world.
In this conference of Chief Justices of the World today, Speaker of UP Legislative Assembly, Shri Hriday Narain Dixit; Member of Parliament, Shri Sudhanshu Trivedi and Former Presidents and Prime Ministers of Romania, Croatia and Lesotho and jurists and legal luminaries from 50 countries of the world made a call for a New World Order through their succinct speeches. On this occasion, students of CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I and Rajajipuram Camus I representing 55,000 students of the school presented an appeal for a safe and happy future for 2.5 billion children for the world in a very effective way through World Parliament and Model United Nations staged online. This appeal garnered great support from the eminent participants of the conference comprising Chief Justices and Judges of 50 countries of the world.
Special Guest, Shri Sudhanshu Trivedi, Member of Parliament said that reverberating the Indian ethos of Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam, the Glasgow conference has established that the entire world is essentially one unit and creation for a global value system therefore is the most important need of the hour. Mr Emil Constantinescu, former President of Romania, also expressed the similar sentiments saying that although the task of establishing the Rule of Law is not easy, it would surely help populations across the world live in a safer, better world. Mr Stjepan Mesic, former President of Croatia and Dr Pakalitha B Mosisili, former Prime Minister of Lesotho also supported the cause of World Unity through their effective and meaningful speeches.
Expressing his views at the conference Prof. Subir K Bhatnagar, Vice-Chancellor, Ram Manohar Lohia, National Law University, Lucknow stressed on the need to review the existing format of the United Nations Organizations. Speaker of UP Legislative Assembly, Shri Hriday Narain Dixit said that the ideas of world unity and world peace should be sown in the young minds through education as it is the best mode of bringing change in the world. Hon’ble Mr Alban Kingsford Sumana Bagbin, Speaker of the Parliament, Ghana; Hon’ble Mr Justice Adel Omar Sherif, Deputy Chief Justice, Egypt; Hon’ble Mr Justice B. J. Odoki, Former Chief Justice, Uganda; Hon’ble Mr Justice Carl Ashok Singh, Former Chancellor of the Judiciary, Guyana; Hon’ble Mr Justice Ricardo Li Rosi, Judge, Argentina; Hon’ble Mr Justice A. P. Misra, Former Judge, Supreme Court of India; Hon’ble Ms Justice Barbara Zobec, Judge, Supreme Court, Slovenia; Hon’ble Mr Justice P. D. Rajan, Chairperson, NRI Commission, Government of Kerala, India; Hon’ble Mr Justice Hanan Melcer, Former Deputy President, Supreme Court, Israel also put forth their views at the conference today supporting the cause of the formation of a New World Order.
CMS President and Managing Director, Prof. Geeta Gandhi Kingdon informed that intense discussions and deliberations are taking place at this historic international conference between the jurists and legal luminaries from 50 countries of the world. She informed that tomorrow on 21st November, Mr Anurag Thakur, Minister for Information & Broadcasting, Government of India will inaugurate the 3rd day’s proceedings at 10.00 am while Dr Dinesh Sharma, Deputy Chief Minister, UP at 3.00 pm and Mr Brijesh Pathak, Minister of Law & Justice, UP at 6.00 pm. will register their dignified online presence.