Kiren Rijiju On Regional Languages: The 12th convocation ceremony of Tamil Nadu Dr. Abedkar Law University was held in Chennai. Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju attended the event as the chief guest. Here the Union Minister spoke on the role of regional languages in Indian Judiciary and appeared to support that there should be local languages in the curriculum activities of Indian Courts.
Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju said, “Indian courts and legal system should have regional languages in curriculum activities. I have spoken to the Chief Justice, senior judges of the Supreme Court, all the Chief Justices of the High Courts that in future we should introduce local languages.” should be given priority.”
‘We will be proud to see Tamil language in the courts here’
The Union minister further said, “We will be proud to see the Tamil language in the Madras High Court in Tamil Nadu and in all the district courts and subordinate courts in Tamil Nadu.” Let us tell you that even on the occasion of Constitution Day, Kiren Rijiju had said that according to the wishes of PM Modi, the legal material will be translated into the regional languages of the country. For this, the Bar Council of India (BCI) along with the Ministry has formed a committee under the chairmanship of former CJI SA Bobde.
‘Glossary of 65,000 words of law has been prepared’
He told that the committee headed by Justice Bobde will translate legal material into regional languages and create a common legal terminology for all Indian languages. Kiren Rijiju said, “The Legislative Department has prepared a glossary of 65,000 words of law. We are planning to digitize it so that the public can access it easily. Efforts will be made to publish more, so that it can be available to the public.
Kiren Rijiju said, “PM Modi has said on several occasions that local languages should be promoted in the courts, so that the common people’s faith in the country’s judicial system increases and they feel connected to it.”
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