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Apr 04, 2018
8:56PM

Govt walking on path shown by Dr Ambedkar, say PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said, his government is walking on the path shown by Dr BR Ambedkar, and working for the poorest of the poor is their mission.

Speaking at the inauguration of the new building of Western Court Annexe in New Delhi, the Prime Minister said harmony and togetherness are at the core of Dr. Ambedkar's ideals.

Mr Modi said, parties want to play politics in the name of Dr Ambedkar but his government is going forward with his vision.

He said, there are two places in Delhi which are associated with Dr. Ambedkar on whom the then Atal Bihari Vajpayee government had made crucial decisions.

The Prime Minister said it was NDA Government that got the opportunity to work on them and pay tributes to Dr Ambedkar.

Mr Modi said Ambedkar Memorial at Alipur in Delhi will be inaugurated on the 13th of this month.                   

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