Vice President Dhankhar said - necessary for independent judiciary democracy

Vice President Dhankhar said - necessary for independent judiciary democracy: judges do difficult work, and both their defence and respect are necessary

Sep 9, 2022 - 00:52
Vice President Dhankhar said - necessary for independent judiciary democracy

Jagdeep Dhankhar, who came to Jaipur for the first time after becoming the Vice President, said- When my governor's term was about to end, then I had told my wife, now I will return to the law again. Then the wife said - this will never happen. After that NDA made me the candidate for the post of Vice President. This was a big surprise for me. Dhankhar returned to Delhi late in the evening.
Dhankhar was speaking at the felicitation function held at Modern School in Mansarovar here on Thursday. The award ceremony was organized by the Bar Council of Rajasthan. Acting Chief Justice of Rajasthan MM Srivastava as well as office bearers of the Bar Council of Rajasthan and senior lawyers were present in the ceremony.
Addressing the felicitation ceremony, Dhankar said that a free fair independent judiciary is most important for democracy in our country. I am a strong supporter of this. I believe that judges should be respected at all costs. They can't defend themselves from the hard work they do. Therefore the Bar Council score should take the responsibility of respecting them.
At the same time, before coming to Jaipur, Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar reached the temples of his native village Kithana. He first reached the Jodiya Balaji temple after the helicopter landed on the sports ground of the government school here. Where after worship and aarti, he had darshan in the temple of ancient Thakur Ji. After this, he reached his farmhouse and met his family members. After staying for some time, he joined the congratulation ceremony.
After this, the Vice President reached Jaipur after visiting Salasar Dham and Khatushyamji. Where he went to Raj Bhavan and met Governor Kalraj Mishra. At the same time, after the felicitation ceremony, the Vice President will fly to Delhi by air.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer