PM Modi: Government is diligently working to simplify law drafting in Indian languages.

On September 23, Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized his government’s commitment to simplifying the drafting of laws in Indian languages during his address at the International Lawyers’ Conference in New Delhi. He underscored the critical role that language plays in the legal process and the delivery of justice.

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PM Modi outlined a two-fold approach to law production. The first draft would be in the language familiar to legal professionals, while the second draft would be crafted in a language accessible to the common citizen, allowing them to relate to and understand the law as their own. He expressed concern about the historical practice of drafting laws in a complex manner and stressed the need for a more straightforward approach.

Acknowledging the significant role of the legal fraternity in India’s justice system, PM Modi lauded the judiciary and the Bar for their enduring commitment, noting that figures like Mahatma Gandhi, B. R. Ambedkar, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel had legal backgrounds.

The Prime Minister highlighted that the conference coincided with several historic events in India, including the passage of the Women’s Reservation Bill in Parliament, which he believed would empower women and drive development. He also mentioned India’s participation in the G20 Summit and the successful Chandrayaan mission.

PM Modi emphasized the importance of a strong and impartial justice system as a foundation for India’s goal of becoming a developed country by 2047. He emphasized that impartial justice plays a crucial role in strengthening the global community’s trust in India.

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