Supreme Court Judge Justice MR Shah admired Prime Minister Narendra Modi as “our most popular vibrant and visionary leader’ at a virtual event on February 06, 2021. The event was held to launch a commemorative stamp to mark 60 years of the Gujarat High Court
“I am very glad and proud and privileged to participate in this important function of the release of a commemorative stamp of the Gujarat HC on completion of its 60 years… and that too by our most popular, vibrant, and visionary leader, Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi,” Justice MR Shah said while terming his long association with the High Court as “Karmabhoomi.”
“Shri Modiji ki lokpriyata mein apne kartavyon ke prati unki moolbhoot nyay nishtha ki badi aham bhumika rahi hai. Mananiye Pradhan Mantriji ne apne rashtra ke prati kartavyanishtha nibhaate huye poore vishwa ki suraksha ka sankalp charitaarth kiya hai. Yadi netritva iss prakar nyayvaan ho, toh ghar ke sadasyon ke saman pratibhav prerna ki shakti sadah milti rehti hai,” Gujarat High Court Chief Justice Vikram Nath said.
“Hamare madhya sarvangivikas path pe satat, gatisheel, prant Gujarat ke mananiye mukhyamantri Shri Vijay Rupani upasthit hain. Aap mukhyamantri ke roop mein, Gujarat pradesh ka gauravpoorna netritva kar rahe hain,” he added.
“One of the essential features of the democratic republic established under the Indian Constitution is the division of powers between the three important wings of the State — Parliament and the state legislatures, the Executive and the Judiciary. These three wings are expected to operate in their respective earmarked fields so that democratic governance — both at the Centre and in states — may function for the welfare of (citizens). I can say with pride that the Gujarat HC has always acted in furtherance of justice and has never crossed the Lakshman rekha. The Gujarat HC has proven to be a steady and consistent upholder of the intentions of the Constitution… and is tireless in upholding fundamental rights, which is the hallmark of a civilian society, and in interpreting and enforcing those provisions of the Constitution which preserve a democratic society,” Justice Shah said.