Prof H NK Sharma, Vice Chancellor, Manipur University advice students, scholars and younger generations to study the technical and legal provisions given by the Constitution of India thoroughly in order to equip themselves with knowledge to fight against the illegal and unconstitutional components that suffers our society.
The Professor made the statement while delivering speech on the nationwide observance of First Constitution Day-2015 held at the Court Hall, Manipur University. The observance was organized by Manipur University National Service Scheme (NSS) Cell.
“Our state, Manipur had been severely suffering from the negative impacts of AFSPA” Prof Sharma said.
He advice students gathered there that if each student understands our Constitution technically and legally, we will be able to fight for the repeal of the so called AFSPA from the state.
Elaborating the preamble of the Indian Constitution Prof Sharma appreciated the NSS Volunteers, program officers and coordinator who are man behind organizing the event. We really require Constitutional experts among youngsters.
Advocate Salam Rupachandra, Assistant Solicitor General of India, Manipur High Court who attended the observance also highlighted the importance of the observing the day which was observed as National Law Day earlier.
“The day is being observe to spread awareness of Indian Constitution and its architect Dr BR Ambedkar”, Rupachandra said.
During his speech the advocate stressed on the fundamental duties and also about fundamental rights.
Prof Ksh Bimola, Ch Ibohal, Program Co-ordinator, NSS Cell,MU, NSS volunteers from different college units and their program officers took part in the observance.
It may be mentioned that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had declared 26 November as Constitution Day after laying the foundation stone of Dr Ambedkar Memorial at Indu Mills compound in Mumbai,Maharastra on last October 12.