Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju pushed on Friday for regional languages to be used in court activities and said he was against imposing one language.
He said the “call of the time” is easy access to justice. He also praised Tamil in his address at the Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law University (TNDALU).
Our Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) is committed to taking our country, culture, and language forward. I’ve also been saying this: the Indian courts and the Indian legal system need regional languages.” “I’ve already talked to the Chief Justice.”
All the Chief Justices of the High Courts and senior Supreme Court judges should prioritise regional languages in the future.
In the future, we’ll all be proud to see Tamil take center stage in the high court and all district and subordinate courts. “I’m against imposing only one language.” Local languages should get priority, he said.
Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi, varsity Chancellor S Regupathy, and others attended it.
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