Three days training on Constitution of India to NGO representatives from Raichur Dist.: Vimukti Pothnal

Empowering citizens through constitutional awareness and capacity Building!
Vimukti Pothnal in collaboration with Azim Premji foundation organized three days training on constitution of India to NGO representatives of Raichur Dist, from 20th of July to 22nd July, 2023 at vimukti premises. In the introductory talk Mr. Udaya kumar, Azim Premji foundation spoke about endangering the situation of our Constitution. He said that equality, fraternity, freedom is delivered by the Constitution which is in threat because of the stereotyped and closed mindset of the few people. The protection of our Constitution is the right of all of us. We need to build up our lives according to the values laid down by our Constitution, he said. The Spokesperson of the Training Mr. Adviyappa the resource person who stated that before the drafting of the Indian Constitution there was a lot of discrimination about the religion and sects and casteism was very rampant. The life of the common people was in danger. The human being was not considering human beings as human person, they were acting like wild beasts. It was the great reformist, who understood the depth of human values which everyone needs to follow in their life. Human person be respected as humans. He dreamed of rooting out from the society the social evils like casteism, fundamentalism, discrimination based on caste, creed, religion, language and so on, everyone must enjoy the constitutional freedom to grow holistically and he became the responsible person to draft the Indian Constitution. Mr. Krishnappa Gowda the resource person expressed his feelings that we have completed about 70 years of enjoying the Independence of India, yet presently the high-class people want to change the Constitution of India which will endanger our freedom and equality. He said that we must be motivated to have a collective stand to protect Our Indian Constitution.

Mr. Mahadeva Huseen the Resource Person explained that the Indian Constitution guarantees Fundamental Rights to all its citizens like Right to Equality, Right to Freedom, Right against Exploitation, Right to Freedom of Religion, Cultural and Educational Rights and Right to Constitutional Remedies. The Resource Person continued that Human Rights as enshrined in the Indian Constitution are generally defined as the rights which every human being is entitled to enjoy can be found in the Preamble of the Constitution of India. The sessions were moderated by Mr. Suresh, from Azim Premji foundation Raichur, and the vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. Jaysheela Vimukti staff

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