Friday, April 15, 2011

[ZESTCaste] Ambedkar's ideals remembered

Ambedkar's ideals remembered
TNN | Apr 15, 2011, 11.38am IST

ALLAHABAD: By reading books on great personalities one can attain the
highest level of intellect and knowledge and we should emulate the
ideals of humanity, equality, liberty and brotherhood laid down by Dr
Bhimaro Ambedkar, said divisional commissioner Mukesh Meshram. He was
speaking at a seminar on 'Contribution of Ambedkar in building Modern
India' organised on the 120th birth anniversary of Ambedkar here on

Ambedkar played a major role in creating public awareness among the
public by stirring up their economic, political and social
consciousness, Meshram said, adding that the leader was also
instrumental in ushering economic reforms.

Lauding the role of Ambedkar as the architect of Indian Constitution,
which strengthened the democratic structure of the country, Meshram
said it is our duty to bring every poor and deprived into the
mainstream of society.

Additional commissioner BB Singh also threw light on the life and work
of Ambedkar and his contribution towards the country.

Veer Senani Poorva Sainik Kalyan Samiti also organised a programme on
AMbedkar Jayanti where speakers recalled the contribution of Ambedkar
in building a strong and effective democracy.

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