Friday, May 20, 2011

[ZESTCaste] ‘Ambedkar, a master humanitarian’

'Ambedkar, a master humanitarian'
Mulbagal, May 17, DHNS :

Dr B R Ambedkar was one of the greatest humanitarians India has seen.
Now the onus is on the younger generation to realise his dreams, said
legislator Amaresh.

He was speaking after inaugurating the birth anniversary celebrations
of Dr Ambedkar, Babu Jagjivan Ram and Buddha Jayanthi at Netaji
Playground in Mulbagal, on Tuesday. The programmes were organised by
the taluk administration.

" There is need to imbibe the values and thinking of Ambedkar. He had
played a massive role in inculcating self-respect among the dalits,
downtrodden and the oppressed," he added.

Also speaking on the occasion, Dalit Sangrasha Samiti (DSS) founding
member Nagaraj said it was heartening to know that people who fight
for the dalit cause are felicitated during Ambedkar Jayanthi
celebrations, organised by the Taluk administration.

Tahsildar P Jayamadhav urged the youths to emulate Ambedkar's thoughts.

The contribution of Babu Jagjivan Ram in bringing about the Green
Revolution in India, is immeasurable. Whereas Buddha was a greatest
source of inspiration to both Ambedkar and Jagjivan Ram, he said.


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