Mamata pays tribute to Ambedkar; observes “Sanhati Dibas” to uphold the secular fabric of the country

Babasaheb Ambedkar was not only a jurist. He was an economist, a politician and a social reformer who campaigned against social discrimination of Dalits, women and labourers.

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Mamata pays tribute to Ambedkar; observes

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, urging the people to uphold the secular fabric of the country, said on Thursday that India is incomplete without all communities, religions, castes, creed and gender.

Comparing the nation with the human body, Ms. Banerjee said that December 6 is observed in West Bengal as “Sanhati Dibas” to mark the demolition of Babri mosque in Ayodhya.

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“Today is 6th December. We observe this day as Sanhati Dibas in #Bangla,” Banerjee tweeted.

She said “Just like a human body is incomplete without all organs, India is incomplete without all communities, religions, castes, creed and gender. Let us pledge to uphold the secular fabric of India.”

On this day in 1992, the 16th century Babri Mosque in Ayodhya, in Uttar Pradesh was demolished by a large number of ‘kar sevaks‘ affiliated to RSS, VHP, Bajrang Dal and BJP.

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In another program Ms. Banerjee paid tribute to Dr Babasaheb B R Ambedkar on his death anniversary and hailed his contribution in framing the country’s Constitution. She said that his contributions in framing the Constitution will be remembered by future generations.

In a tweet, Ms. Banerjee said “Respectful tribute to Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar on his death anniversary. His contribution in framing India’s Constitution will forever be remembered by the generations to come.”

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Babasaheb Ambedkar was not only a jurist, an economist but also a politician and a social reformer who campaigned against social discrimination of Dalits, women and labourers.

Babasaheb  Ambedkar passed away on this day in 1956. The day is observed as Mahaparinirvan Diwas.

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Mamata pays tribute to Ambedkar; observes "Sanhati Dibas" to uphold the secular fabric of the country
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