Carry forward Ambedkar’s legacy: TSPSC chairman Dr Chakrapani
TSPSC chairman Dr Chakrapani exhorted the students to carry forward the legacy of Dr BR AmbedkarHe was addressing at a motivational programme held at the agriculture market yard in Nalgona on Friday
Nalgonda: TSPSC chairman Dr Chakrapani exhorted the students to carry forward the legacy of Dr. BR Ambedkar. He was addressing at a motivational programme held at the agriculture market yard in Nalgona on Friday.
He motivated the students on the importance of Amdekar philosophy to develop the nation and empower the weaker section of society on the lines of his ideology. Earliear, he garlanded the Ambedkar’s statue and paid rich tributes to him.
He also interacted with students who are preparing for PSC and other competitive exams and inspired them by giving examples from Ambedkar’s life and achievements.
He appealed the people to carry forward the legacy of Ambedkar by providing education, employment, health and security to all the needy and deprived sections of society.
Later, he handed over GK Books of Rs 50,000 worth donated by Pratheek Foundation to SC Study Circle director Kadium Somaiah Chakrapani also gave away prizes to school students who participated in the competitions. Chakrapani appreciated the efforts of TRSMA, Pratheek Foundation and Gandhi Global Family for their services to society. The meeting was organized by Telangana Recognized School Managements and Gandhi Global Family in association with Pratheek Foundation.
TRASMA leaders Kandala Papiredy, Yanala Prabakereddy, Vaidyam Venkateswarlu,Gantla Anantaredy and Kode Srinivasulu , District Library Chairman Rekala Badradri, Market Committee chairman Kareem Pasha , SC Welfare leaders Kathua Narsimha, Karanam Jayaraj and Kattela Shiva , BC & SC study circle directors Vijaykumar and Kadium Somanna , Vemula Shekhar attended the programme.
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