Providing equality to downtrodden communities is the main objective of our constitution: Prof. G. Hemanth Kumar

Mysuru, Nov. 27, 2020 ( “Eliminating social inequality and providing equality to even the downtrodden communities are the major objectives of our Constitution,” opined Prof. G. Hemanth Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, Mysore University.ensure-equality-exploited-communities-main-purpose-constitution-mysore-university-vc-prof-g-hemant-kumar
He inaugurated the 71st National Constitution Day programme held at the Law School, in Manasa Gangotri. In his address, he expressed his displeasure with the existence of inequality and casteism even in 2020. He said that there is a need to eliminate inequality and introduce a relevant programme for the upliftment of the downtrodden communities. “Despite all these problems our country has been successful in walking towards the path of development in the last 70 years. This also is as a result of our constitution,” he opined
In his address M. Venkataramu, Convener, RSS Karnataka South Zone opined that constitution and law are not different law is in the constitution. It is our constitution and Ambedkar’s view that has been able to hold our country together, he added.ensure-equality-exploited-communities-main-purpose-constitution-mysore-university-vc-prof-g-hemant-kumar
Keywords: National Constitution Day/ Mysore University/ Social Equality