Con­sti­tu­tion Day pro­gram held in the In­dian Em­bassy au­di­to­rium

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The benev­o­lent pres­ence of His Ex­cel­lency Su­nil Jain, the In­dian Am­bas­sador to Kuwait, dis­tin­guished guests, and the large au­di­ence in­clud­ing teach­ers, stu­dents and par­ents added the sparkling light in the Con­sti­tu­tion Day pro­gram held in the In­dian Em­bassy au­di­to­rium. This event was con­ducted as part of the year - long na­tion­wide cel­e­bra­tions to mark the 125th birth an­niver­sary Dr Ambed­kar, the chair­man of the his­toric draft­ing com­mit­tee of In­dian Con­sti­tu­tion.

A.K. Sri­vas­tava, Sec­ond Sec­re­tary - Com­mu­nity Wel­fare wel­comed the gath­er­ing. The Am­bas­sador and of­fi­cials paid flo­ral trib­ute to Dr B.R. Ambed­kar.

Pani J An­thony, Re­cip­i­ent of Dr Ambed­kar Na­tional Award, MUN Speaker and HR Man­ager, in his in­spir­ing speech on In­dian Con­sti­tu­tion and Na­tional in­te­gra­tion, thanked the Em­bassy for their good ef­forts in ar­rang­ing such aware­ness pro­gram, and for the Good Sa­mar­i­tan role played for the peo­ple ir­re­spec­tive of sea­sons and sit­u­a­tions, it won a thun­der­ous ap­plause from the au­di­ence. His sud­den quizzing was an­swered by Naman Singh, stu­dent of In­dian English Academy School, Salmiya.

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