constitution is not static but a living document: ADG (North Zone), Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
Webinar on Constitution Day: Significance of Indian Constitution for New India organized today
Chandigarh,November 26,2020 : Constitution is not a static sculpture cast in stone but a living document shaped by some of India’s finest minds and sensitive hearts said Devpreet Singh, Additional Director General (North Zone), Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India. She said this during a webinar titled “Constitution Day: Significance of Indian Constitution for New India” organized today by the Press Information Bureau and Regional Outreach Bureau, Chandigarh.
Dr. Satnam Singh, Associate Professor & Head, Department of Political Science, GNDU, Amritsar talked on the relevance of the constitution for society with special reference to India. He further said that the constitution acts a source of all rules/laws providing stability in society.
Dr. Monika Ahuja, Associate Professor, Department of Law, Punjab University, Patiala said the constitution is the basic law of land providing a framework for principal organs of the government. Explaining the importance of Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties, Dr. Ahuja said that just as our constitution gives us certain rights, it also mentions a set of duties for every citizen of the country to follow.
Himanshu Pathak, Assistant Director, Press Information Bureau, Chandigarh moderated the webinar. The session concluded with Shri Anuj Chandak, Deputy Director, Regional Outreach Bureau, Chandigarh presenting a vote of thanks to all the participants. Officials of the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting from the Chandigarh region participated in the webinar.
By YS.Rana: Principal Correspondent.