Narendra Modi inaugurates Ambedkar International Centre in New Delhi [Photos]

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday inaugurated the BR Ambedkar International Centre in New Delhi and said it would be an important place for research on social and economic issues

FP Staff December 07, 2017 14:39:24 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday inaugurated the BR Ambedkar International Centre in New Delhi and said it would be an important place for research on social and economic issues. Twitter/@PIB_India
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday inaugurated the BR Ambedkar International Centre in New Delhi and said it would be an important place for research on social and economic issues. Twitter/@PIB_India
Modi also unveiled two statues of the Dalit icon at the centre in Janpath. He said that the centre will prove to be an inspiration for the promotion of the thoughts and teachings of Ambedkar. The centre, he also added, was a fusion of Buddhist and modern architecture. Twitter/@PIB_India
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Modi also unveiled two statues of the Dalit icon at the centre in Janpath. He said that the centre will prove to be an inspiration for the promotion of the thoughts and teachings of Ambedkar. The centre, he also added, was a fusion of Buddhist and modern architecture. Twitter/@PIB_India
The prime minister also upped his ante against the Congress, accusing the grand old party of being indifferent towards Amdedkar. "The party that banked on Ambedkar's name for votes has conveniently forgotten the Dalit icon," he said. Twitter/@PIB_India
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The prime minister also upped his ante against the Congress, accusing the grand old party of being indifferent towards Amdedkar. "The party that banked on Ambedkar's name for votes has conveniently forgotten the Dalit icon," he said. Twitter/@PIB_India
Modi also accussed Congress of attempting to erase Amdedkar's contribution because he was more influential than the Gandhi family "for which all this was done." Twitter/@PIB_India
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Modi also accussed Congress of attempting to erase Amdedkar's contribution because he was more influential than the Gandhi family "for which all this was done." Twitter/@PIB_India