PM Modi to deal with Chaitya Bhumi programme on Ambedkar dying anniversary

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deal with Dr BR Ambedkar’s followers through video conferencing at Chaitya Bhumi in Dadar on December 6, which has been noticed as ‘Mahaparinirvan Divas’.

Ambedkar handed away on December 6, 1956, and Chaitya Bhumi is his resting place.

The Union authorities’s division of social justice and empowerment wrote to the Maharashtra authorities to make preparations for digital screening at Chaitya Bhumi as PM Modi addresses folks.

BMC officers stated that PM Modi, the chief visitor of the programme, would attend the occasion round 11.30 am. Union authorities’s letters have been forwarded to native ward workplace G-north (Dadar, Dharavi) for making all preparations.

Thousands of Ambedkar followers go to Chaitya Bhumi on December 6 from all components of the nation to pay homage to the person behind India’s Constitution. However, because of Covid-19, BMC final yr had requested residents to not go to Chaitya Bhumi and watch the dwell telecast of occasions as a substitute.

According to the letter, dated October 28, from R Subrahmanyam, secretary of the ministry of social justice and empowerment, 4 locations associated to the lifetime of Dr Ambedkar — Chaitya Bhumi in Dadar, Ambadave in Ratnagiri, Diksha Bhumi in Chincholi at Nagpur, Dr Ambedkar Museum and Memorial in Pune — could be developed as nationwide monuments.

The Centre has sanctioned funds for the mission from Dr Ambedkar Foundation (DAF).

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