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December 2019


on Article 51 of the Constitution of India held at CMS from 6-12 November 2019

Visit to Raj Ghat for offering tributes to Mahatma Gandhi
Mr Piyush Goyal, Union Minister for Commerce, Industry and Railways and others at the Press Conference in New Delhi
Warm Welcome at the Bahai House in New Delhi
Spreading communal harmony at the Gurudwara in New Delhi
At the President’s House in New Delhi
Director of Strategy, CMS, Mr Roshan Gandhi speaking on global problems at the Model United Nations
HWPL Religious Leaders Seminar was held at the conference attended by several religions heads of Lucknow
View of the press conference in Lucknow on article 51 of the Constitution of India
Governor of UP Hon'ble Anandi Ben Patel releasing a book on Diamond Jubilee year of CMS
Chief Justices and Judges met the Chief Minister of U.P. Hon’ble Shri Yogi Adityanath over dinner at the Chief Minister’s residence
Deputy Chief Minister, Hon’ble Dr Dinesh Sharma lights the lamp at the formal Opening Ceremony of ICCJW 2019
Deputy Chief Minister, Hon’ble Dr Dinesh Sharma presented Mahatma Gandhi Award to Hon. Mr. Justice Mankerious Beraki, Chief Justice, Eritrea.
Heads of State, Chief Justices, Judges and Peace Promoters from around the world gather together to pave the way for a better World Government that would safeguard the future of humanity and the world’s 2.5 billion children as well as generations yet to be born.
90,000 Indian soldiers of the British Indian army died during World War I. The India Gate is built in their memory. World Judiciary visited India Gate and expressed their heartfelt condolence to the war heroes while resolving to save mankind from the brutality of war
Chief Justices and Judges on visit to Agra to see the magnificent Taj Mahal, a symbol of everlasting love, unity, peace and harmony
Hon’ble Mayor of Lucknow, Mrs Sanyukta Bhatia presenting the Key to the City of Lucknow to Hon’ble Mr Justice Antoine Kesia Mbe Mndua, Judge, International Criminal Court of the Netherlands
Minister for Law and Justice, U.P., Hon’ble Mr Brajesh Pathak with of Dr. Hong Tao Tze, President of FOWPAL, USA at Ringing the Bell of Peace Ceremony
Panel discussions seeking global solutions for global problems
Appeal by CMs students for a safe and secure future and a healthy environment
Co-Convenor of the Conference CMS President, Prof, Geeta Gandhi Kingdon and CMS students interacting with the Chief Justices
Special function and dinner on 10th November hosted by the Speaker of UP Legislative Assembly, Mr Hriday Narain Dixit at the Scientifice Convention Centre, Lucknow
CMS Founder Dr Jagdish Gandhi honouring Cabinet Minister, Jal Shakti, U.P., Hon’ble Dr Mahendra Singh at the Conference
Deputy Chief Minister of U.P., Hon’ble Shri Keshav Prasad speaking at the Conference at the cultural evening held in honour of the delegates
Cultural presentation by CMS Kanpur Road students to welcome the distinguished Guests came from 71 countries
Cultural Item depicting unity of all religions
Hon’ble Chief Justices and Judges rise up holding the Lucknow Declaration in their hands after unanimously passing the resolution on the concluding day
Sightseeing in Lucknow-the city of Ganga-Jamuni Tahzeeb, Hindu-Muslim unity

On 9th November, the Deputy Chief Minister of U.P., Hon'ble Dr Dinesh Sharma formally inaugurated the Conference in Lucknow by lighting the ceremonious lamp of unity, peace and justice at CMs Kanpur Road auditorium. The Deputy Chief Minister honoured Hon'ble Mr Justice Menkerious Beraki, Chief Justice of Eritrea with the prestigious 'Mahatma Gandhi Award' for peace and unity. 10th of November was the birthday of our Founder, Dr Jagdish Gandhi. The entire CMS Family was swept up in joy as bells of peace and harmony rang in every heart and new hopes arose signaling the dawn of a World Civilization based on World Unity and World Peace. Dr Jagdish Gandhi appealed to the august gathering of the World Judiciary to wield their pen for the service of children and humanity and to the Heads of State to come together for a meeting and form a World Parliament, World Government and World Court of Justice that would enact and implement enforceable World Laws to end wars and usher peace and world brotherhood. On the 10th of November, the Hon'ble Minister for Law and Justice, UP, Shri Brijesh Pathak was the Chief Guest. Hon'ble Mr Given Lubinda, Minister of Justice, Zambia, presided over the Conference on this day. In the evening a special Welcome Ceremony and Cultural Evening was held in honour of the dignitaries in which the Mayor of Lucknow Mrs Sanyukta Bhatia presented the key to the City of Lucknow to the Hon’ble Judge of the International Criminal Court, the Netherlands, Hon'ble Mr Justice, Antoine Kesia-Mbe Mindua for his relentless work to the cause of world unity, peace and justice over the years. Speaker of UP Legislative Assembly, Mr Hriday Narain Dikshit hosted a dinner in honour of the eminent guests at the Scientific Convention Centre, KGMU, Lucknow. On this occasion, the members of Federation of World Peace and Love, USA, led by their President Dr Hong Tao Tze, presented a cultural programme. On 11th of November, the discussions on creating a culture of peace and unity, building a structure for a World Government and laying down a roadmap for a World Parliament, preparing a Federation of all Nations, Sustainable Development and Climate Change continued in panel discussion and parallel sessions. Earlier, the day was inaugurated by the Chief Guest, Dr Mahendra Singh, Cabinet Minister, Jal Shakti, UP, by lighting the lamp of unity, peace and harmony. A colourful cultural evening was organized at CMS Kanpur Road Campus inaugurated by the Chief Guest Shri Keshav Prasad Maurya, Deputy Chief Minister of U.P. Shri Keshav Prasad Maurya said that this collective effort of the judges and legal luminaries from around the world would indeed bear fruits and our future generations would breathe in a safe, secure and happy environment. 12th of November was an auspicious day, the birthday of the Founder of Bahai Faith, Lord Baha'u'llah who had visualized a unification of mankind when he said, 'The earth is but one country and mankind its citizens.” It was on this day that the outcome of the International Conference of Chief Justices was released in the form of 'Lucknow Declaration' by Hon'ble Mr Justice Dalveer Bhandari, Judge of the International Court of Justice, the Hague, Netherlands. Addressing the distinguished gathering of Chief Justices and Judges at Hotel Clarks Avadh, Mr Dalveer Bhandari said that children have put forth only one demand at this conference that they be allowed to survive on this planet and be assured of safety and security in the coming years. It was now the responsibility of the elders and especially the judges to see that international laws are enforced to curb global problems like global warming, stockpiling of weapons of mass destruction, threat of nuclear war, climate change in a peaceful manner. No single country could solve such gigantic problems, they needed to be solved by collective determinism through international law. Peace is necessary for progress, he said. CMS Founder-Director, Dr Bharti Gandhi delivered the Vote of Thanks.