Kohima, November 26 (NEx): Nagaland observed the Indian Constitution Day along with the rest of the country today November 26, 2020.
(Governor RN Ravi along with his wife and staff read the Preamble on the Indian Constitution Day, November 26, at Raj Bhavan Kohima)
Constitution Day observed at Raj Bhavan:
Along with the rest of the Country, Raj Bhavan Kohima observed the Constitution Day on November 26, 2020.
A press release from the PRO at Raj Bhavan said that the Governor gave a brief account of the history of the Constitution making through broad participation of representation from all the regions of India and the significance of the Preamble of the Constitution.
Hon’ble Governor RN Ravi, Lady Wife Laxmi Ravi, his family members and the staff of Raj Bhavan read the Preamble during the short celebration, it said.
(Constitution Day observed at PHQ Kohima on November 26 | Photo: DIPR)
Constitution Day observed at PHQ Kohima:
The Constitution Day was commemorated at PHQ Kohima today with DGP T. John Longkumer IPS as the chief host.
On the occasion, the IGP (Headquarter) administered the pledge to the gathering to uphold the preamble to the Constitution of India.
(Constitution Day observed at Noklak on November 26 | Photo: DIPR)
Constitution Day observed at Noklak:
Along with the rest of the country commemoration of Constitution Day was held at DC Conference Hall, Noklak on November 26, 2020.
Speaking on the importance of Constitution, DC Noklak, Reny Wilfred, IAS, said that, Constitution Day is celebrated every year on November 26. This day is very important and we are all bound to uphold the values of our Constitution. He led the members in reading out the preamble of the Constitution, a report from DIPR said.
SDO (Civil) Noklak, C.Phuniang said the vote of thanks and the programme was chaired by EAC Hq. Yithachu Thur.
Constitution Day observed at St. Joseph University:
In accordance with the directive of the University Grants Commission to celebrate Constitution Day on November 26, the Department of Political Science, St. Joseph University organized a virtual event on the theme “Indian Constitution and Rights” to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. In an effort to promote and spread awareness about the constitution, the event chaired by Ms. Abetoli Achumi was observed by the department. Dr. Chubatila, a keynote speaker of the event, raised the prevailing issues and
challenges related to fundamental and legal rights of the citizens especially of the child, women, Dalits, and other weaker sections of the society.