Communal tension is the country’s weakness: Former President Ram Nath Kovind’s statement leader

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Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar, Leader News Service : Communal tension is the biggest weakness of the country. Communal tension has been a problem since the country was formed. Former President Ram Nath Kovind asserted that it is not over even today. Babasaheb Ambedkar was honored with the Padma at the Marathwada University.

Dr. The main entrance of Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University has been beautified. The beautified gate was inaugurated by former President Kovind on Saturday (22nd) evening. After that, the dignitaries were felicitated by Kovind in the Padma Gaurav ceremony at the university theatre. Chancellor Dr. Pramod Yewle, Vice Chancellor Sham Shirsat, Registrar Bhagwan Sakhle etc were present.

On this occasion, Kovind said, the land of Maharashtra is inspiring. Dr. This is the holy land of Babasaheb Ambedkar, Lokmanya Tilak, Savitribai Phule. Also Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s birthplace, karmabhumi and battleground. I have come to this university, that university is named after the great man Babasaheb Ambedkar. Babasaheb Ambedkar was more inclined towards education sector. Later he was drawn into social work for the poor and deprived. He became the framer of the constitution. At the time of independence and the creation of the constitution, there was an atmosphere of communal animosity in the entire country. Sometimes I think that this is the biggest weakness of the country. Since the creation of the country, this communal tension has not ended. Due to communal tension, some say we are after Hindus, Muslims, but before that we are all Indians. But Babasaheb used to say, we are Indians first, then we are Indians and finally we are Indians. We have to move forward with his teachings.

Padma Shri awardees were felicitated by former President Ram Nath Kovind. On this occasion, Farad Jamal accepted the felicitation on behalf of late Fatema Zakaria. Dr. U. m. As Pathan was ill, his son Atiq Pathan, daughter Almash Pathan, Dr. Gangadhar Pantawane was followed by his daughter Nivedita Pantawane who accepted the felicitation. Shabbir Syed, Girish Prabhune, Dadasaheb Idhate, Ramesh Patange, Prabhakar Mande, Dada Lad were also honored.

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