Chief Justices, Judges and legal luminaries of 71 countries delight in seeing Lucknow's historical monuments
Lucknow, November 13 : The Presidents, Prime Minister, Law Ministers, Chief Justices, Judges, legal luminaries and many other high dignitaries of 71 countries, who participated in the '20th International Conference of Chief Justices of the World' organized by City Montessori School, Lucknow, went out for the city tour and closely sighted the historical monuments and experienced the 'Ganga Jamuni Tahzeeb' of Lucknow. They were overwhelmed with the beauty of these buildings and called them extraordinary. Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr Hari Om Sharma informed that at this historic conference, jurists, legal luminaries and other high dignitaries from across the globe had intense discussions and deliberation for the welfare of world's over 2.5 billion children and generations yet to come. They resolved that their efforts will continue till the establishment of a New World Order. The Chief Justices and legal luminaries have now returned to their respective countries.
Before departing to their homes, the chief justices, judges and legal luminaries were very happy. Their presence on the roads of Lucknow presented a view of world unity and global brotherhood. They visited Bara Imambara, Chota Imambara, Residency and other historical places of Lucknow. During their sightseeing tour, they bought artistic artifacts and tasted the delicacies of Lucknow. During an informal talk on this occasion, the judges and legal luminaries said that Indian culture is very exhaustive and the people here have a global outlook. They said that they were treated here with lots of love, care and affection and would like to come here again.