Everyone got equal justice through constitution; World respects Dr. Ambedkar

C.M. Shri Kamal Nath at AJJAKS State Convention
Bhopal, August 18, 2019 (Muslim Saleem): The Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath said that credit for equal justice being served today to all the sections of the society goes to Baba Saheb Ambedkar. The constitution based on the foundation of justice was prepared by Baba Saheb. Shri Nath was addressing the State Convention of Scheduled Caste-Tribe Officers-Employees Union (AJJAKS) at Ravindra Bhavan today.
Shri Nath said that the government and administration will be run in Madhya Pradesh according to the basic spirit of Indian Constitution only. He further added that the country is stood united under one flag despite diversities; this is the strength of justice. There is equal vision for all here. Our constitution is the voice of poor and weaker section. Shri Nath further mentioned that justice has got a special place in culture, civilization and history of India.
Referring to the contributions of the maker of Indian Constitution Dr. Ambedkar, the Chief Minister said that not only India but the entire world respects his personality and accomplishment. He helped in forming constitution of many countries including South Africa. On the memorandum presented by the AJJAKS, Shri Nath said that the state government has got just 5 months to work after December. ‘I assure that Madhya Pradesh has government of justice’. Hence, justice will also be done to the people of AJJAKS.
The Chief Minister expressed hope from the AJJAKS that it will stop young generation of today from aberration. They should be connected to social values, which is the biggest strength of any community. He further stated that in this respect, special efforts should be made by the union to stop youth from being confused and that they should not be misguided.
The Regional President of AJJAKS Shri J.N. Kansotiya expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister Shri Nath for declaring a government holiday on the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. He urged to give adequate representation to the people of AJJAKS in government-administration and institutions. The programme was also addressed by Shri Vijay Shankar, Shri H.S. Suryavanshi and Shri C.M. Dhurve.
Those who present at the programme include Minister for Public Relations Shri P.C. Sharma, Minister for Home Shri Bala Bachchan, Minister for School Education Dr. Prabhuram Chowdhary, Minister for Tribal Welfare Shri Omkar Singh Markam, Minister for Higher Education Shri Jitu Patwari, Minister for Women and Child Welfare Smt. Imarti Devi, Minister for Scheduled Caste Welfare Shri Lakhan Ghanghoria along with officers and employees in large number.