We get our rights from the fundamental rights mentioned in the constitution: Govind Ram Meghwal
On the occasion of Constitution Day, we not only feel that we are citizens of independent India, but we get our rights from the fundamental rights mentioned in the Constitution, as well as the written Fundamental Duties also remind us of our responsibilities as citizens.
This was stated by the Minister of Disaster Management and Assistance, Administrative Reforms and Coordination, Statistics and Policy Formulation, Govind Ram Meghwal, after garlanding the statue of Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar at Ambedkar Circle, Jaipur on the occasion of Constitution Day with public representatives today.
On this occasion, Meghwal said that the Constitution Day declared on the occasion of the 125th birth anniversary of Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, is celebrated every year on 26th November.
He said that Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar played an important role in the making of the Indian Constitution.
The Constitution of India is the largest written constitution in the world. Dr. Ambedkar was the first Dalit Law Minister of independent India and he has done very important work for the development and upliftment of Dalits across the country.