Monday, December 23, 2019

LAWYERS SHOULD KNOW THEIR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

LAW is not just a profession of making money but also a social responsibility : advice of a Supreme Court Justice Bhushan R. Gavai
 
Philanthropist Prem Dariyani honoured for his dedication towards INDIAN ARMY . Prem Dariyani donated six acres of land for Army Low College.

Supreme Court Justice Bhushan Gavai has advised the lawyers that they should not consider their work as just a business but it is a social responsibility. Lawyers should never forget their social responsibility.

Justice Gavai's remarks can also be seen in the context of the recent controversy of lawyers in Delhi. Justice Gavai, while launching the IPL Cricket League of Lawyers on behalf of Vasantdada Pratishtha Law College and Western India Advocate Association in Mumbai said that the lawyers must also understand their social responsibility. He also said that the lawyers contributed to the freedom struggle movement and even today many big lawyers are working in the political social field. Similarly, new students should also feel social responsibility. In the lawyers' IPL, 82 teams from West India are participating.

On this occasion, Justice Gavai also honoured Prem Daryani, trustee of Radha Kalindas Dariyani Charitable Trust. For showing gratitude towards the soldiers of the country, Prem Dariyani has dedicated six acres of land near the Puna to the Indian Army where the Army La College has been built.

Accepting honour Prem Daryani said, “The army sacrifice for the country and our soldiers serve the country day and night. They do not even care about their life while protecting us and society. We also have a duty towards the soldiers of our country and in honour of them; Army Law Colleges have been started. All the people of the society should together fulfil their duty towards the soldiers of our country ”.

Justice Bhushan Gavai said, "This work of Prem Dariyani is a beautiful message for the society, we should play our responsibility and contribute towards the society".

The judges of Mumbai High Court Justice Ranjit Kamble, Justice Ranjit More, Justice SK Shinde, Justice Sarang Kotwal. Justices MS Karnik and Delhi Lokpal Commission member Justice Dilip Bhosle were present in this function.

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