Wednesday, March 23, 2011

[ZESTCaste] Ambedkar Jayanti celebrations at Mhow on April 14

BHOPAL | Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Ambedkar Jayanti celebrations at Mhow on April 14
March 23, 2011 3:27:40 PM

PNS | Mhow

Mhow being the birthplace of Bharat Ratna Babashaeb Bhimrao Ambedkar,
is a holy place for millions of Dalits all around the country. The
Ambedkar followers coming from all over the country will be treated as
special guests and will be provided free food, boarding and lodging on
the occasion of Ambedkar's birth anniversary on April 14.

The State Government not only got the construction of the Ambedkar
Smarak Stupa completed by granting around Rs 13 crore but also
declared that every year the birth anniversary of Dr Ambedkar on April
14 would be celebrated as Maha Kumbha for which the State Government
would spend around Rs 1 crore every year.

SDM Mhow PC Rathi on Tuesday held a meeting with officers of all the
departments and gave the responsibility to all the Government

Speaking to representatives of different political parties, he said
that Mhow was a Cantonment town and Army officers have clearly
instructed that celebration programme should not be held under any
political banner. He said the Army had banned use of the big ground
situated near the Ambedkar Stupa, which is being proposed for the
construction of Army family accommodation.

"We are still trying to get the permission for the ground from the
Army, he added."


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