Bar Association Changanacherry Hosts Grand Independence Day Celebrations

Changanacherry, [15.08.2023]: The Bar Association of Changanacherry celebrated Independence Day with great fervor and patriotic spirit, bringing together esteemed guests and members of the legal community. The event, graced by the presence of notable dignitaries, marked a momentous occasion for both legal professionals and the community at large.

Honourable Justice Smt. Anu Sivaraman, a distinguished Judge of the High Court of Kerala, presided over the Independence Day celebrations. Her presence added a solemn and dignified touch to the event, emphasizing the significance of the day in the context of justice and the legal system.

Adv. Job Micheal MLA, Changanacherry, contributed to the celebration, highlighting the intersection of legal and political spheres in the pursuit of a free and just society. His participation underscored the unity of purpose in upholding the values enshrined in the Constitution.

Dr. S Saradakutty, recipient of the prestigious Kerala Sahithya Academy Award, graced the occasion, infusing the event with cultural richness and literary significance. Her presence symbolized the integration of legal discourse with the broader cultural and intellectual fabric of society.

Adv. C K Joseph, President of the Bar Association, Changanacherry, played a pivotal role in organizing the celebrations. His leadership and commitment to fostering a sense of community among legal professionals were evident throughout the event.

The Independence Day celebrations included flag hoisting, patriotic speeches, and cultural performances, creating an atmosphere of national pride and unity. As legal professionals and distinguished guests came together, the event served as a reminder of the collective responsibility to uphold the principles of justice and freedom.

The Bar Association Changanacherry’s Independence Day celebrations were a testament to the harmonious integration of legal, political, and cultural dimensions in the pursuit of a just and free society.