Law Minister Kiren Rijiju: Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju termed the differences between the government and the judiciary as inevitable. He said that this should not be taken as a confrontation.
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Madurai: Central law minister Kiren Rijiju said today i.e. on Saturday that Democracy Differences are inevitable, but it should not be taken as a conflict. The minister rejected the talk of conflict between the government and the judiciary. The minister had arrived to inaugurate the Chief Judicial Magistrate Court, Mayiladuthurai. Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, CM Stalin of Tamil Nadu and Acting Chief Justice of Madras High Court Justice T Raja were present in this program.
On this occasion, the minister said that there are definitely differences between us, but it does not mean that there is a conflict. The minister further said that I make it clear that there is no difference of opinion between different organs of the state. These are signs of strong functioning of democracy.
Glad to inaugurate Chief Judicial Magistrate Court at Madurai in Tamil Nadu along with Chief Justice of India Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, CM Thiru. @mkstalinSupreme Court Judges, Acting CJ Justice T. Raja, High Court Judges and other esteemed dignitaries. pic.twitter.com/IrRoAFp7Lp
— Kiren Rijiju (@KirenRijiju) March 25, 2023
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‘We are the largest democracy in the world’
Talking about some differences between the central government and the Supreme Court, Rijiju said that we should understand that we are in a democracy. In such a situation, the perspective of all of us may be different in some context. Because of which differences can often arise, but it does not mean a situation of opposition. India is the largest democracy in the world.
don’t separate the bench and the bar
The minister said that the Government of India will support the freedom of the judiciary. He told that bench and bar are two sides of the same coin. Both are incomplete without each other. Giving figures, the minister said that last year the government had released Rs 9,000 crore for district and other courts in the state.
The minister said that my aim is to make the judiciary completely paperless in the coming years. Referring to some states, the minister said that I felt that there are some shortcomings in the understanding of the court and the government.
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