In the series of programmes organised throughout the year to create awareness among the public and museum officials about the fundamental duties of citizens in the constitution, Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, on Thursday showcased the film “Samvidhan Part-01: Cabinet Mission To Objective Resolution”. This Film was based on Indian constitution making and this film was direct by famous director and screenwriter, Shyam Benegal.
On this occasion, Pritam Choudhary (Museum Associate) said that, how our constitution is important for the progress of our country and what difficult situation had to be faced in building the constitution. Prior to independence, princely States in India had their own rules and regulations, which needed to be brought under the political rules, laws and procedures of the country.
Apart from this, our country needed such a constitution, in which the basic rights and duties of the people residing in the country prescribed so that our country can progress faster and achieve new goals.
When people are forgetting the importance of democracy every day, so it is necessary to tell the upcoming generations about the freedom struggle of our country and the revolutionaries who contributed to it through Constitution Day, Constitution Day is actually working to connect the present.
The museum officials and visitor were present in large number on this occasion.
The film has been screened by the cine-video section under the guidance of H BS Parihar of the museum and programme was conduct by Soma Kiro (Assistant Keeper) and Pritam Choudhary (Museum Associate).
Besides, Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya is organising a training workshop on ‘The Official Language Policy of the Center and Hindi in the Constitution’ at Rock Art conference hall of IGRMS on Friday from 4pm. In this workshop Mukesh Bansode (Deputy manager, Dept. of Official Language, The New India Assurance Co Ltd, Bhopal) will be imparted training on this topic.