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Gandhinagar, 7 January 2011

Two professions that contributed most in India’s freedom struggle were the lawyers and the teachers. This tradition should continue and they should continue to contribute in nation-building exercise today, said Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi at the inaugural function of Gujarat National Law University(GNLU)’s new campus in Gandhinagar.

 

 

The Chief Minister muted an idea that similar to medical students who devote one year after completing their study in rural service, those passing out from law should also contribute five years for legal aid to needy people before joining corporates.

“Our every generation has heard this phrase that justice delayed is justice denied, but the solution of this problem is human resource development and infrastructure. Gujarat government has worked in both direction. We have employed 20-25% more budget to this area for infrastructure, while for human resource development we have tried to improve law colleges and establishment of law university. Such foundation work has been done with longer vision. Today’s students are going to serve the judiciary tomorrow. We have pumped in Rs 150 crore in GNLU and we will pump more in future as per the need,” Modi said.

 

 

Modi compared the campus of GNLU as mini-India, as students from almost all states of India come here to study. Modi said the university will surely make its place in India’s topmost universities thanks to its campus, and its building.

Modi recalled late Supreme Court lawyer Shri Kiritbhai Parikh and late Law minister of Gujarat Shri Ashokbhai Bhatt on this occasion and said, these two persons had worked hard to set up this university, but both of them are not here at this time.

Modi said the next goal is to make this campus a green campus. He talked about importance of Lok Adalats that provide justice just for 35 paise. He also talked about how in last one decade Gujarat has offered three new universities, namely Gujarat Forensic University, Gujarat National Law University and Raksha Shakti University to the nation.

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GoI is in regular touch with the manufacturers to enhance production of medicines & extend all help needed
Production of all drugs including Remdesivir have been ramped up significantly in the last few weeks
Supply of oxygen is now more than 3 times the supply during the peak of first wave

PM Narendra Modi chaired a high level meeting to review the availability & supply of oxygen & medicines.

PM was briefed that the Government is actively monitoring the supply of drugs being used in the management of Covid as well Mucormycosis. The Minister updated PM that they are in regular touch with the manufacturers to enhance production & extend all kind of help needed. PM was also informed about the current production & stock of APIs for each such drug. It was discussed that states are being provided medicines in good quantities. PM was also apprised that the production of all drugs including Remdesivir have been ramped up significantly in the last few weeks. PM said that India has a very vibrant Pharma sector and Government’s continued close coordination with them will ensure proper availability of all medicines.

PM also took stock of the situation on oxygen availability and supply in the country. It was discussed that the supply of oxygen is now more than 3 times the supply during the peak of first wave. PM was briefed about the operations of oxygen rail and sorties by IAF planes. PM was also informed about the status of procurement of Oxygen concentrators, oxygen cylinders as well as the status of PSA plants being installed across the country.

PM also remarked that states should be asked to operationalize ventilators in a time-bound manner and resolve technical & training issues with the help of the manufacturers.