PM Narendra Modi Greets India on Constitution Day

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India celebrates its first Constitution Day today on 26th November. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has wished India on this day through his tweet on the social media website Twitter, calling it a day to tribute the great men and women who gave its constitution to the country while also remembering Dr. B.R. Ambedkar for his major contribution in the architecture of the constitution.

On this day in 1949, the constitution was implemented by the Constituent Assembly. It came into power on Jan 26, 1950, India's Republic Day. Modi kept in mind the part Dr Ambedkar performed in the making of the constitution, one of the most effective and generous records to be selected by a newly-independent nation in the 1940s. Modi tweeted that no mention of our Constitution is complete without remembering the stellar contribution of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar and he saluted him.

He also added saying that let us uphold the ideals and the values of the Constitution and make our country such that our founding fathers would be proud of. The winter season season period of Parliament will also begin on Friday with a unique honor to Dr Ambedkar. The two-day event will be a part of year-long national celebrations to indicate the 125th birth anniversary of Dr Ambedkar. The PM is predicted to deal with the "intolerance" conversation either during the special sitting or during controversy brought up particularly on the topic.Congress, Left and management from other events like JD(U) and RJD are required to media for a conversation when the regular period of Parliament starts next week.

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