Will follow Constitution and Maharashtra will emerge as ‘best state’, says CM Fadnavis

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Nagpur: Maharashtra will particularly follow beliefs of a Constitution and emerge as a best state in a country, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis pronounced on Thursday. Paying tributes to B R Ambedkar, Fadnavis pronounced he gave a nation a world’s best Constitution.

“Our Constitution is a best in a world. We, in Maharashtra, will particularly belong to a beliefs of a Constitution and emerge as a best state in a country,” he pronounced in Nagpur on a arise of Constitution Day.

Fadnavis pronounced that a country, underneath a care of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is marching towards growth and prosperity.



The CM led over 1.25 lakh students from several schools to recite a preliminary of a Constitution during a mass recitation programme organized by a Ministry of Social.

Justice during a Yeshwant track here this morning. Dressed in propagandize uniforms, a students sporting
green, saffron and white caps followed Fadanvis in reciting a preamble.

State Social Justice Minister Rajkumar Badole, Energy Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule, Minister of State for Social Justice Dilip Kamble and city Mayor Pravin Datke were benefaction on a occasion.

RST Nagpur University’s Vice-Chancellor Siddartha Vinayak Kane and Registrar Puran Meshram presented a duplicate of an movement devise of varsity for a a 125th birth anniversary celebrations of Dr Ambedkar.

The Block Congress Committee of North Nagpur, Nagpur City and District Congress Committee also organized mass recitation of a Constitution’s preliminary during several places in Maharashtra.

The Republican Party of India organized a identical programme nearby a statue of Dr Ambedkar during RBI block in Civil Lines on a bustling Nagpur-Jabalpur road.

Adjudicator of Asia book of Records and Limca Book of Records, Sunita Kshirsagar Dhote claimed on a arise that a eventuality has been recognized by them for record series of students participating in a mass recitation programme of a Constitution’s preamble.