CM Kamal Nath’s tweet after the events of Maharashtra – Truth and democracy won
27th November 2019
Bhopal, November 27, 2019 (Muslim Saleem): Amidst the political developments in Maharashtra, Chief Minister Kamal Nath stated the importance of the court at the Constitution Day function held at Raj Bhavan following the Supreme Court’s directive. In the presence of Governor Lalji Tandon, the Chief Minister pointed to the political developments there without mentioning Maharashtra, “Everyone is watching what has been going on for the last three days. People in the democracy now have more confidence in the court Has increased and they are looking at the court with hopeful eyes. “ In the evening when Ajit Pawar of NCP in Maharashtra resigned as Deputy Chief Minister and later BJP Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, CM Kamal Nath tweeted it as a victory for truth and democracy. He wrote, “Justice has finally won. The victory of truth and democracy has been ensured. The Supreme Court’s verdict in the Maharashtra case today is welcome on Constitution Day. The attempt to mock the democracy ultimately proved to be a failure. Truth can be troubling But not defeated. “ Office of Kamal Nath 4 @OfficeOfKNath · 9 hours Today is Constitution Day. All those responsible for safeguarding the values of the constitution are responsible. People are the biggest power in democracy, there is a great need to understand this truth contained in the constitution. Office of Kamal Nath 4 @OfficeOfKNath Today, the decision of the Supreme Court in the Maharashtra case on Constitution Day is welcome. Ultimately justice won. The victory of truth and democracy has been ensured. The attempt to mock the democracy proved to be a failure. Truth can be troubling but not defeated. Satyameva Jayate. Chief Minister got officers-employees to read On Tuesday, Chief Minister Kamal Nath got the officers and employees present at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel garden to read the Preamble of the Indian Constitution on Constitution Day. According to official information, Mr. Kamal Nath read the Preamble of the Indian Constitution on 26 November 1949. ‘We, the people of India, to make India a (full dominantly socialist secular democratic republic), and all its citizens: socioeconomic and political justice, freedom of thought, expression, belief, religion and worship, prestige and Determined to achieve equality of opportunity, and to increase the fraternity that ensures the dignity of the individual and (unity and integrity of the nation) among them all. It is hereby adopted, enacted and surrendered this constitution in its own Constituent Assembly on 26 November 1949 (Mitti Margashirsha Shukla Sattami, Samvat 20116 Vikrami) today.