Published On : Wed, Nov 26th, 2014

Constitution Day celebrated by NMC, office of Divisional Commissioner with mass reading

Constitution Nagpur: Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) celebrated the Constitution Day on Wednesday. The Constitution was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on November 26, 1949. So, November 26 is Indian Constitution Day. It has great importance in our history & our life.

On the occasion, the Deputy Mayor Munna Pokulwar and Municipal Commissioner Shyam Wardhane led the mass reading of Preamble of Indian Constitution. Officials and employees of NMC participated in the celebration in large number.

At the outset, the Deputy Mayor Pokulwar and Municipal Commissioner Wardhane garlanded the portrait of Bharat Ratna Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar at Panjabrao Deshmukh Hall of Central Office of NMC in Civil Lines.

Others who were present on the occasion include Additional Municipal Commissioner Hemant Pawar, Deputy Commissioner R Z Sissiqui, Additional Deputy Commissioner Pramod Bhusari, Additional Deputy Commissioner Achyut Hange, Assistant Commissioner Mahesh Dhamecha, NMC Secretary Harish Dubey, and other senior officials.Sanwidhan Din NMC News photo 26 Nov 2014

Divisional Commissioner’s office:

The Office of Divisional Commissioner celebrated the Constitution Day with the Divisional Commissioner Anoop Kumar leading the mass reading of Preamble of the Constitution. He also administered the oath to officials and employees present on the occasion. Others who participated in the programme include Deputy Commissioners M A H Khan, Appasaheb Dhulaj, Anil Nawade and Assistant Commissioner Rajlaxmi Shaha.

Speaking on the occasion, Anil Nawade said the Constitution has kept 125 crore people of India united despite happenings of different nature. The Constitution has given basic rights to every Indian and the Constitution has power to keep the nation united, said Nawade.

Deputy Commissioner Appasaheb Dhulaj said the Constitution has provided every Indian citizen the right to vote. “Every Indian citizen must follow the Constitution so that the country remains united and powerful,” said Dhulaj.