No regionalism, parochialism, narrow-mindedness: CJI Bobde

No regionalism, parochialism, narrow-mindedness: CJI Bobde

At the recent inauguration of an academic building of the Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU), Nagpur the Chief Justice of India SA Bobde makes pertinent comments concerning the National Law Universities(NLUs) also on what could have been India’s ‘National language’. Talking on the subjects of the NLUs the CJI has conjectured that there is ‘National’ character meant to be so imparted to the students studying in such institutions, which sets it apart from the other law colleges. He mentions that the faculty is drawn from all over the country and also that there is no regionalism, no parochialism and there is no narrow-mindedness and this distinguishes a national law university from other ordinary law colleges. The CJI also mentioned Dr. BR Ambedkar’s proposal of Sanskrit as an official language of the Union of India. This event also witnessed CJI SA Bobde announcing that he had nominated Justice BR Gavai to take over as the MNLU’s Chancellor.

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