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July 19, 2024



Karnataka holds Constitution’s preamble-reading event, millions take part

Karwar : The Karnataka government on Friday organised a mega event of reading the Constitution’s preamble as part of the ‘International Day of Democracy’ celebrations with tens of lakhs of people participating in the programme from India and abroad at the same time.
Chief Minister Siddaramaiaha led the celebrations, along with Deputy Chief Minister D K Shivakumar and several other guests, by reading the preamble — “We, the People of India, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a Sovereign Democratic Republic and to secure to all its citizens….,” in Kannada from the grand steps of ‘Vidhan Soudha’ here with a large number of school students and others in front of them joining in unison.
In Karwar the MLA Karwar-Ankola Constrituency Satish Sail inaugurated the ‘International Democracy Day’ programme which was organised at Police Welfare Auditorium here on Friday.
Speaking on the occasion Sail said that there is a need to further strengthen democracy in India, which is the world’s largest democracy, and everyone in the country should follow the provisions of the constitution to strengthen the country’s democracy.

The programme was organised under the joint auspices of District Administration, Zilla Panchayat, Social Welfare Department, Kannada and Culture Department and Karwar CMC.
As per the Constitution of India, the rights of every individual should be respected by maintaining equality in the society. Always try to maintain peace in the society by protecting the public interest and respecting the law of the land. He said that we should follow the preamble of the constitution by creating an environment where we can live with the feeling that we are all one, Sail added.

Deputy Commissioner Gangubai Mankar said that as mentioned in the preamble of the Constitution of India, which is structured on the principle of equality for all, equal share for all, social rights for all citizens. Economic and political justice, freedom of thought, expression, confidence, religious devotion and worship, equality of status and opportunity, and strengthening the unity of the state, everyone should strive to develop a sense of brotherhood that all are one. The messages in the Preamble of the Constitution should be adhered to, respected and celebrated. She said that this should not be limited to just one day but should be followed in daily activities to strengthen the unity of the country.

V.M. Naik spoke, informing about the basic purpose of constitution and its drafting process, everyone should know about the rights given by our constitution.
In the program ZP CEO Ishwarkumar Kandoo, ADC Raju Mogaweera, AC Jayalakshmi Rayakod, Planning Officer of Urban Development Stella Varghese, CMC Commissioner Chandramouli, leaders of various organizations Deepak Kudalkar, Sachin Borkar, Hanumanthappa Talwar and others were present.
District Social Welfare Officer Ajappa Sogalad welcomed, District Backward Classes Welfare Officer Satish proposed vote of thanks.