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Message on Ambedkar Jayanti and Baisakhi by Sanjeev Arora, MP (Rajya Sabha)

Sanjeev Arora, MP (Rajya Sabha)
Sanjeev Arora, MP (Rajya Sabha)

Mohali : 14 April 2023 (22G TV) “On the occasion of Ambedkar Jayanti, I would like to pay my respects to Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, also known as Babasaheb Ambedkar. Ambedkar was a social reformer, jurist, and the architect of the Indian Constitution. He dedicated his life to fighting for the rights of the marginalized sections of the society, particularly the Dalits and the untouchables.

Ambedkar’s vision of a just and egalitarian society is more relevant today than ever before. His tireless efforts towards eradicating caste-based discrimination and ensuring social justice have left a lasting impact on Indian society. He believed in the power of education as a means of social upliftment and worked towards ensuring equal opportunities for all.

On this Ambedkar Jayanti, let us remember his teachings and continue to work towards building a more inclusive and equitable society. Let us strive to uphold the principles of democracy, secularism, and social justice that Ambedkar stood for.”

“On the auspicious occasion of Baisakhi, I extend my warmest wishes to everyone celebrating this festival. Baisakhi is a significant festival for people of the Sikh and Punjabi community, as it marks the beginning of the Sikh New Year and the harvest season.

Baisakhi is a time of joy and celebration, as people come together to express gratitude for a bountiful harvest and seek blessings for the year ahead. It is also a time to reflect on the teachings of the Sikh Gurus, who emphasized the values of compassion, selflessness, and equality.

As we celebrate Baisakhi, let us remember the importance of community and sharing. Let us strive to cultivate these values in our daily lives and work towards building a more harmonious and inclusive society. May this festival bring joy, prosperity, and peace to all. Happy Baisakhi!”