Constitution is the book which has binded everyone together: Chief Minister

Ranchi: Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that constitution was the book which has kept bound every one in the country.

Speaking as the chief guest during the concluding ceremony of the functions organised for Constitution Day celebrations he said that it was a result of the farsightedness of the forefathers that the nation has got such a constitution which was best in the world.

He said that despite being a land of diversity the constitution has brought the people together in such a way that they see each other as part of democracy. He said that once again an opportunity has come to know and understand the constitution. Further, he said that constitution makes sure that the rights of the people remain intact for which the judiciary has often played an active role.

The Chief Minister said that the directorate of NCC is in Patna but if it is established here then it would be in the interest of NCC. He said that there are facilities to commence the start of Navy wing training of NCC as easily the training can be provided. He suggested that a plan should be worked out so that the flying academy of the state can help such cadets who want to make a career in the air force.

The Chief Minister said that NCC has played an important role in walking together with the constitution and protecting the democratic structure of the country which is a matter of great pride for the democracy and the common people.

He said that there are two battalions of NCC in the state including one in Ranchi and another in Hazaribagh and nearly 32,000 youth are associated with it and activities of NCC is being executed in 189 schools and colleges.

He said that the geographic and social structure of the state is capable to give energy to the NCC and its activities. He said that for some time even he had the opportunity to be part of the NCC and on this day he was extremely proud to have participated in their function as the Chief Guest. He lauded the cadets for the works being done by them in the interest of the country and the state.

The Chief Minister also had a look at the paintings made by the NCC cadets. Those present also included major general Ravindra Singh, group commander Brigadier Manish Tripathi, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Rajeev Arun Ekka and others.

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