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“Citizen should read the Constitution” appeals Nagpur’s Guardian Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar

One should resolve to follow the ideas given by Babasaheb Ambedkar and take inspiration from them to live,' said the minister.

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Although the area of Nagpur and Chandrapur is known as the ‘Tiger Capital’ in the world, Babasaheb gave a tiger scare in both of these districts in 1956, and the entire country has heard this scare. The constitution given by this great man also includes freedom, rights, responsibility, and duty. Therefore, every citizen should read the Constitution. One should resolve to follow the ideas given by Babasaheb Ambedkar and take inspiration from them to live,’ said the state minister for forests, cultural affairs, fisheries, and the guardian minister of the district.

He greeted the great man in a program organized by the Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial Trust at Dikshabhoomi Chandrapur. He was talking at that time. Trust President Arun Ghotekar presided over the program. Chief Guest MLA Sudhakar Adbale, Kishore Jorgewar, Subhash Dhote, Pratibha Dhanorkar, Vice President of the Institute Ashok Ghotekar, Secretary Vamanrao Modak, Gondwana University Chancellor Dr. Prashant Bokare and others were present.

Today there are more than 750 districts in the country, but two districts, Nagpur and Chandrapur, are of special importance, said Guardian Minister Mungantiwar: ‘On October 14 in Nagpur and two days later, i.e., on October 16, 1956, in Chandrapur, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar initiated Buddhism for his followers. Both of these districts are famous for tigers today. But since 1956, Babasaheb’s horror has been heard by the whole country. Dr. The country and the state are moving according to the constitution given by Babasaheb Ambedkar.

He has mentioned everything in the Constitution. Along with individual freedom and rights, everyone has also been made aware of their responsibility and duty. Therefore, we should not stop only by remembering Babasaheb; we also have to implement his ideas. And for that, everyone has to read the constitution too.’

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