Unity in Diversity - There is much linguistic diversification in India. People show much love and affection on their mather tongue. This diversification may lead to threatenthe Intergrity of the country. Hence several provisions have been incorporated in the Indianconstitution to balance betwean linguistic majorities and minorities. Precaution have been taken to protect the linguistic minorities. The aim of our constitution is unity in diversity. It is to eririch the unity by making it assimilate the diversitles. It is not to encourage fissiparous tendencies.
The advocates work in the villages, towns, cities etc. The cients communicate their difficulties
in regional language. Advocate should hear it in regional language and translate into pleadingand arguments in English. The clients do not know what happening in the courts due to notacquaintance of English.
They ask their advocates some of the advocates tell the proceedingin concise manner. Majority of the advocates do not tell the proceeding in concise mạnner.Majority of the advocate do not tell the proceedings to their clients.
The Law Commission andBar Council of India noticed it. Hence they proposed to introduce regional language as one subject to be taught in the legal curriculum. According to the recommendations, One paper/subject under name of legal language and legal writing has been compulsorily introduced witheffect from 1998-99 academic year.
Legal terms in English and regional language, translation of passages, etc. are added in this subject. The student has to translate one passage from English regional language and vice versa. The object of introducing legal language and legal writing is to enable the student with acquaintance of vocabulary, legal terms, maxims identification of case law, translation etc.This wil certainly prove profitable to student in their career,
We have, given certain passages in English, We advice you to practice the translating from English to your vernacular language.
All the Indian language possess certain similar characteristics. Even certain words are also found similar. The reason is the effect to sanskrit on all the Inda languages.
India never had a common language, which can be understood by masse and commonpeople. Upto the muslim's invasion. Sanskrit was used as a common medium. However, it wasrestricted to onl Jearned and Brahmins. During the Musim region, the importance of Sanstritwas decreased, and Urdu developed consideraba as a common language Even in that periodalso Urdu could not approach the common people since the beginning of seventeenth century.Britishers introduced English in education, administration, courts. English is not recognisedas an Official language by the framers of Indian constitution. Even though, English has beenplaying dominan role in entire India in aducation, administration. Courts, atc., However Englishis restricted to the educated people only. The maiorty of the Indians are illiterates or even theliterates do not understand English well.