He said ‘We the People’ in preamble of Constitution is a commitment, pledge and belief that has made India mother of democracy.
The PM was attending the Constitution Day function at the Supreme Court today when he urged the people of the nation saying, “Be it individuals or institutions, our duties are our first priority.”
He also said that in today’s global situation, the eyes of the entire world are on India. “Amid the rapid development of India, its quickly growing economy and its strengthening global image, the world is looking at us with great expectations.”
“New opportunities are coming up before India. Crossing all hurdles, it’s going ahead. A week from now, India will get G20 presidency. It’s big! As Team India, all of us should enhance India’s prestige before world & bring its contribution before them. It’s our collective duty,” the PM said.
Earlier in the day, he shared a video giving a quick glimpse of twenty-two chapters of the Constitution. “Today, on Constitution Day, we pay homage to those greats who gave us our Constitution and reiterate our commitment to fulfil their vision for our nation,” PM Modi said in a tweet attached with a one-minute short video.
The day has been celebrated as Constitution Day since 2015, to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India by the Constituent Assembly in 1949, as per an official press release.
Today, on Constitution Day, we pay homage to those greats who gave us our Constitution and reiterate our commitment… https://t.co/Cuk2LOlHcd
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1669433943000
PM launches various new initiatives under e-court project
PM launched various new initiatives under the e-court project in the national capital.
The initiatives launched by the Prime Minister include Virtual Justice Clock, JustIS mobile App 2.0, Digital court and S3WaaS Websites.
Talking about e-initiatives launched today, PM Modi said, “For timely justice, judiciary is taking lot of steps to ensure ease of justice for all.”
The Project is an effort to provide services to litigants, lawyers and the judiciary through ICT enablement of courts.
“Virtual Justice Clock is an initiative to exhibit vital statistics of the justice delivery system at the Court level giving the details of the cases instituted, cases disposed and pendency of cases on a day/week/month basis at the Court level. The effort is to make the functioning of the courts accountable and transparent by sharing with the public the status of case disposals by the court. The public can access the Virtual Justice Clock of any court establishment on the District Court’s website,” read the statement.
(With inputs from agencies)
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