Privilege to the Poor: Babasaheb's Theory Followed by Modi Government

PRIVILEGE TO THE POOR: BABASAHEB'S THEORY FOLLOWED BY MODI GOVERNMENT

Privilege to the Poor: Babasaheb's Theory Followed by Modi Government

14th April is a great day for the Indian nation, as it is the birthday of Dr BR Ambedkar; Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi sincerely participated in the national program to offer respect to the great social reformer and politician of India. He was also an economist and a jurist, and the Father of the Indian Constitution. It was the 126th birth anniversary of Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar who was loved by people as ‘Babasaheb’.

The Prime Minister visited Nagpur in Maharashtra, to initiate new projects on the occasion of Ambedkar Jayanti. Mr Modi said that he would build up the country following the dreams of Dr Ambedkar. The Prime Minister shared his views on his personal Twitter account on Babasaheb’s birthday.

Dr Ambedkar fought for the rights of the untouchables to abolish social discrimination. So, his contribution to the nation is commemorated every year through Bhim Jayanti or Ambedkar Jayanti. The life of the underprivileged was changed to a great extent through the continuous effort of Babasaheb.

The Modi government has been working sincerely to privilege the common people as much as possible. The government is trying to follow the ideals of Dr Ambedkar. The government has introduced several banking and insurance schemes for the poor like the Jan Dhan Yojana, Suraksha Bima Yojana, Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana. 

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