PM Modi to address Chaitya Bhumi programme on Ambedkar death anniversary

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On December 6, which has been designated as ‘Mahaparinirvan Divas,’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address Dr. BR Ambedkar’s followers via video conferencing at Chaitya Bhumi in Dadar. Ambedkar died on December 6, 1956, and he is buried in Chaitya Bhumi.

The Union government’s department of social justice and empowerment wrote to Maharashtra’s government, requesting that digital screenings be set up at Chaitya Bhumi while PM Modi addresses the crowd.

PM Modi, the event’s chief guest, is expected to arrive around 11.30 a.m., according to BMC officials.

For all arrangements, letters from the Union government have been forwarded to the local ward office G-north (Dadar, Dharavi).

Thousands of Ambedkar supporters travel from all over the country to Chaitya Bhumi on December 6 to pay homage to the man who created India’s Constitution.

However, due to Covid-19, the BMC requested that citizens refrain from visiting Chaitya Bhumi and instead watch the live telecast of events.

According to a letter dated October 28 from R Subrahmanyam, secretary of the ministry of social justice and empowerment, four locations associated with Dr. Ambedkar’s life — Chaitya Bhumi in Dadar, Ambadave in Ratnagiri, Diksha Bhumi in Chincholi at Nagpur, and the Dr. Ambedkar Museum and Memorial in Pune — will be developed as national monuments. The Centre has sanctioned funds for the project from Dr Ambedkar Foundation (DAF).

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