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My heartiest wishes to people of India on the historic occasion of 68th Constitution Day. May this day inspire you to know more about our Constitution. This day is a tribute to all those great women & men who worked tirelessly to give India a Constitution we are very proud of. No mention of our Constitution is complete without remembering the stellar contribution of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar. Today (26/11/2017) District legal Service Authority, North Tripura District organized a program on Observance of 68th constitution day of India.

Constitution Day in India is celebrated every year on 26th of November as the constitution of India was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 26th of November in the year 1949 and came into force on 26th of January in 1950. Dr. Ambedkar is the Father of Constitution of India. After the independence of India Dr. Ambedkar was invited by the Congress government to serve as a first law minister of the India. He was appointed as the Constitution Drafting Committee’s Chairman on 29th of August. He was the chief architect of the Indian constitution and known for the strong and united India.
Indian constitution was first described by the Granville Austin to achieve the social revolution. The ever lasting contribution of the Babasaheb Ambedkar towards the Indian constitution helps a lot to all the citizens of India. The constitution of Indian was adopted to constitute the country as an independent, communist, secular, autonomous and republic to secure the Indian citizens by the justice, equality, liberty and union.

When the constitution of India was adopted, the citizens of India were entered to a new constitutional, scientific, self-governing and modern India with the peace, poise and progress. The constitution of India is very unique all over the world and has taken around 2 years, 11 months and 17 days to pass by the Constituent Assembly.
Some of the following characteristics of the Indian constitution are:
It is written and broad
It is the democratic government – Elected Members
Fundamental rights
Liberty of judiciary, travel, live, speech, religion, education
Single Nationality
Indian constitution is both flexible and non-flexible
Obliteration of caste system at the National level
Common civil code and official languages
Center is similar to a Buddhist ‘Ganrajya’
Impact of Buddha and Buddhist rituals
Since the Indian constitution came into act, the females in India got right to vote.
Various countries all over the world have adopted the Indian Constitution.
One of the neighbor countries, Bhutan has also accepted the Indian Democratic system.

GK Dutta

GK Dutta is a Social Worker by Passion and Consultant by Profession. In 2001 he started his journey as a Social Worker and then there are the 20 years and have continued his Social and Human Rights Activities and through these journey, had a great privilege to working with various National and International Voluntary and Human Rights organisations.

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