‘Our Constitution, Our Respect’ campaign launched today

News Desk TTP

Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar will launch the year-long pan-India ‘Our Constitution, Our Respect’ campaign in New Delhi today to commemorate the 75th year of the Indian Republic. The Ministry of Law and Justice said that the objective of this campaign is to reaffirm the collective commitment to the principles enshrined in the Constitution of India and to celebrate the shared values that hold the nation together. This nationwide initiative will reflect the sense of responsibility and pride in upholding the ideals of the constitutional framework. This campaign will empower every citizen to engage and contribute to the democratic journey in various ways.

The ministry said that this campaign includes Justice for all – Justice for every home, Nav Bharat Nav Sankalp and Vidhi Jagriti Abhiyan. The objective of Justice for all, Justice for all is to connect the villagers through entrepreneurs of public convenience centers at the village level and to motivate them to read the Nyay for all resolution. Whereas the objective of Nav Bharat, Nav Sankalp is to encourage the common people to read the Panch Pran Sankalp and adopt its proposals.

The objective of the Vidhi Jagriti Abhiyan is to involve students in taking the message of Panch Pran to the villages adopted by law colleges. During this program, Nyay Setu will be inaugurated, which is an important step to provide legal facilities to the last person of the society.

A booklet of achievements related to the Disha i.e. Designing Innovative Solutions for Holistic Access to Justice scheme will also be released in this program. Its objective is to provide everyone access to justice. Under this scheme, more than 67 lakh citizens have been connected to law related programs run on telephone. They are being advised on disputes through mobile app and 2.5 lakh Jan Suvidha Centers in 36 states and union territories.

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