GOODWILL AMBASSADORS
Goodwill Ambassadors of Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir are individuals of repute who have attained significant accomplishments in various fields like arts, science and technology, entertainment, justice, education, culture, health and other fields of public life in the society. Association of such individuals of repute with the spiritual and cultural revival movement in the form of Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir will enhance the credibility of the project and attract the attention of donors, government officials, politicians as well as general public. Through their association, they are offering their well-earned reputation in the service of the Lord that will help Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir mobilise public interest and support. Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir is pleased to have Justice R.C. Lahoti and Justice Deepak Verma as its Goodwill Ambassadors.

 

Justice R.C. Lahoti - Retired as Chief Justice of India

 

Arenowned personality in the legal fraternity, Justice R.C. Lahoti has a rich experience of over 40 years in the field of law and justice. His journey in the legal fraternity started in 1960 when he joined the profession in District Guna. His continued dedication and sincerity towards law and justice earned him the prestigious role of Chief Justice of Supreme Court of India on 1st June 2004, a responsibility that he undertook for over a year till 31st October 2005. During his career span, Justice Lahoti was conferred with many significant honours.

Apart from his regular responsibilities, Justice Lahoti has participated in several international conferences and seminars related to law and justice.
He was also a member of Fourth Indo-US Legal Forum Meet held in Washington and San Francisco in October 2002. He had participated in the Worldwide Common Law Judiciary Conference of Chief Justices in Washington, U.S.A. in 2005; the 8th SAARCLAW Conference held in Paro, Bhutan (June 2005); and 14th Commonwealth Law Conference in London in September 2005.

Since 2013, Justice Lahoti has been serving as the Chairman of National Committee for Promotion of Social and Economic Welfare, appointed by Government of India. Justice Lahoti has immense interest in legal
aid services and Alternate Dispute Resolution Systems and Human Rights awareness programmes. He has been keenly interested in educational reforms and propagating Indian cultural values and traditions.
 

 

 

Justice Deepak Verma - Former Judge, Supreme Court of India
An eminent personality and one of the most respected Judges of the country, Justice Deepak Verma has over 40 years of experience in the field of law and justice. During his career span as an

advocate (1972 – 1994), he conducted and argued for a variety of cases including those involving Constitutional Law, family disputes, Arbitration Law and Service Law, Commercial cases including those arising out of contracts. During his tenure from 1994-2009 as the Judge of the High Courts of Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Rajasthan and Supreme Court of India (2009-2012), Justice Verma delivered judgments on cases pertaining to Corporate Law, Contract Law, Constitutional Law, Excise and Customs, Criminal Law, Administrative Law, Income Tax, Corporation Tax and Environmental Law.

Justice Verma retired from his tenure on 27th August 2012. Continuing
his stint with law and order, he presently works as a freelancer and provides legal consultation, opinion, advice and arbitration pertaining to domestic, national and international matters. Justice Verma is a member of Indian Council of Arbitration, New Delhi and empanelled Arbitrator of Delhi International Arbitration Centre, Karnataka Arbitration Centre, Bangalore, ICADR, New Delhi.

He is also appointed as Welfare Commissioner of Bhopal Gas Victims to disburse the amount of compensation to the victims of Bhopal tragedy.