Lucknow, April 4: The Founder of City Montessori School and renowned educationist, Dr Jagdish Gandhi strongly spoke in favour of 'Right to a safe and secure future for Children' in Morocco during his tour there on invitation. Dr Gandhi is in Morocco as a Special Guest of Honour at an International Judicial Conference. During his visit, Dr Gandhi met with the eminent figures there like Mr Mohammed Auajjar, Minister of Justice of Morocco; Mr Mohamed Abdennabaoui, first Prosecutor General of Morocco; Mr P P Chaudhary, State Minister for Law and Justice, Govt. of India; Ms Kheya Bhattacharya, Ambassador of India in Morocco and other dignitaries and strongly advocated to establish unity, peace and cordiality in the world. Ahead of it, on reaching Morocco, Dr Gandhi was greeted by the Minister of Justice of Morocco, Mr Mohammed Auajjar. This International Judicial Conference is being organized from 2 to 4 April by the Ministry of Justice of Morocco under the high patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, King of Morocco in collaboration with the High Council of the Judicial Power and Presidency of the Public Prosecution on the theme 'Judicial Independence, Ensuring the Litigants Rights and Respecting the Rules of Justice'. The chief justices, judges, legal luminaries and several eminent personalities from around the world are participating in this conference.
Speaking at the conference on the topic 'Uniting the World for Children through Effective World Law and Effective Global Governance', as the Special Guest of Honour, Dr Gandhi said that no other country in the world has the culture of 'Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam' and 'Article 51 of the Indian Constitution'. The Indian culture of Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam regards the entire earth as a family and Article 51 of the Indian Constitution is committed to unite the world. We all and especially judiciary, should work to establish unity, peace, cooperation and cordiality for securing a safe and secure future for over two billion children of the world.