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Constitution Day celebrated in MANUU

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Hyderabad: All the Indians should honour the Constitution of India and should act upon it. Especially for the Muslims, it is essential to popularize the message of love and affection and eradicate hatred. It is their religious obligation. These thoughts were expressed by Dr. Mohammed Aslam Parvez, Vice Chancellor of Maulana Azad National Urdu University while addressing a program on the occasion of “Constitution Day” organized by Center for Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy. He further said that the constitution of India is a sacred document which is rated as one of the best constitutions of the world. The constitution of India has given us many rights and has provided many facilities without any discrimination. We should act upon it firmly.

Throwing light on the thoughts and mindset of the Muslim and their status, Dr. Aslam Parvez told that we should pay attention to fulfill our basic obligations and to perform the character of a reformer and a good human being. All our energy should be utilized for development and education. Our character should be the best one. It is our responsibility that we should respond to evils with virtues and we should utter only those things which are the best.

Speaking on this occasion, the director of Alberuni Center for the study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy of MANUU, Dr. Kancha Ilaiah told that Dr. Ambedkar finished the drafting of constitution on 26th November 1949 which was implemented on 26th January 1950. We therefore celebrate 26th January as the Republic Day. The present Govt. of India decided to celebrate 26th November as the Day of Constitution which is a welcome gesture. He further said that ours is the largest written constitution. Baba Saheb Bheem Rao Ambedkar was the chairman of Constitution Committee. Addressing the gathering on “Constitution of India, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar and Minorities”, Dr. Kancha Ilaiah told that the constitution of India has given many rights to the Muslims. They have also been given equal rights in every aspects.

The program was conducted by Mr. Mir Ayub Ali Khan, Media Coordinator of MANUU. Prof. Syed Najmul Hasan, Dean (Academic) proposed vote of thanks at the end of the program. Mr. Ghulam Mohammed Abdullah recited the verses of Holy Quran at the beginning of the program.

—-Siasat News