BHEL celebrates birth anniversary of Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 15 Apr 2018 11:45:32


Staff Reporter,

BHEL, Bhopal, celebrated the 127th birth anniversary of Bharat Ratna Dr Bhimrao Babasaheb Ambedkar with great zeal and fervour. The programme began with garlanding of the statue by D K Thakur, Executive Director, BHEL, Bhopal On this occasion, M S Kinra, General Manager (Quality & HR), all GM’s, Y U Patil, Ravindra Aind, Officials of SC/ST Welfare Association, various union representatives and large number of township residents were present. BHEL, Bhopal’s Joint Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribes Employees Welfare Association organised the entire programme. The working committee members M K Bhagat, A K Mahour, D K Jharia, J P Kadope, M K Mandrai, Biswanath Oraon, Shailendra Nanwatkar, Suresh Kumar Khandekar, Subhash Pawar, Bhim Dhurve and R K Kachi were also present in the programme.

Thakur in his address said that Babasaheb dedicated his entire life for the progress of the nation and the society. He was a legendary personality who made significant contribution in building a new India. He possessed extraordinary vision and was incredibly talented. Babasaheb wished to bring about a revolutionary change in the society. He wanted all round development of the nation with equal opportunity to all. Babasaheb dreamt of building a powerful India who could lead the universe. He wanted the citizen of this country to be socially, financially and politically skilled. He considered India to be a land of abundant resources and the most skilled people. Besides, drafting the constitution of the country Dr. Ambedkar scripted the noble theme of social equality’. Shri Thakur requested the gatherings to take inspiration from the life of Dr. Ambedkar & resolute to work selflessly for the development of the nation. Let us hold our hands together to transform the dreams of Babasaheb into reality, added Shri Thakur. He also said that Babasaheb turned his destiny with hard work and we all should follow his footsteps. Kinra in his address said that Babashaeb was a “Yug Purush”. He believed the prevailing social discrimination to be the major hindrance in the development of the nation. Babasaheb said that the nation would be free in true spirit only when a social system based on equality is established in the society.

During the programme Buddha Vandana was also performed along with felicitation of the meritorious students by Thakur.