'Ram Mandir Dispute Settlement Through Negotiation By SC Is A Welcome Step'- Justice AK Sikri, Former Justice, Supreme Court Of India
Justice AK Sikri, Former Justice, Supreme Court has put forth his confidence in the Supreme Court of India's idea for out of court settlement for Ram Mandir Dispute.
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Justice AK Sikri, Former Judge, Supreme Court of India, shown his confidence at the highest court’s decision of Ram Mandir Dispute settlement throughout the court negotiation. Justice Sikri was speaking at the Gandhi Mandela peace initiative on July, 11 in New Delhi.
Starting his address, he quoted that music is the most powerful tool to deliver messages to the mass. Sikri also highlighted the relevance of both Gandhian and Mandela's works towards society. He said that as he represents the judicial system of India therefore, he would like to highlight the Gandhian ethos in the constitution of India.
The welfare state philosophy and its inculcation in the constitution of India reflect Gandhi's idea of India, said Sikri. He also added that both Gandhi and Mandela fought against the oppression of establishment and both were a lawyer by profession. Adding to his idea, Sikri said that both the veterans ultimately fought against inequality and injustice.
Sikri applauded Gandhi's perception of Hinduism while he also contributed the way both Gandhi and Mandela nourished the truth.
Talking about "How Gandhi's ideas have a deep impact on the Indian constitution", Sikri has quoted the preamble of the constitution 'We the People' and said it is from the people and by the people, that is Gandhi's idea of Swaraj.
Finishing his address, Sikri has quoted Steven S Covey's idea of the third alternative which is neither forgetting the oppression nor fighting with it through a legal framework. He also credited Gandhian idea for this 'third alternative'.