why #ambedkar is trending on twitter?

#ambedkar is trending on Twitter to remember the 66th  death anniversary of Dr Ambedkar.

 Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar’s (popularly known as Dr B.R.Ambedkar) who was the first minister of law and justice in India.

Who was Dr.Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar?

Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was born on 14th April 1891 And died on 6th December 1956 was an Indian Jurist, economist, and social reformer who fought economic and social discrimination against the Dalits in Indian society and later inspired the Dalit Buddhist movement. He was also called Babasaheb.

He did his doctorates from Columbia University and London School of Economics, getting a reputation as a scholar for his research in law and economics and political science.

His later life involved the negotiation for India’s independence.

  He was a part of the drafting committee of the Indian constitution and freed India’s first law and justice minister in the  Cabinet of first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.

In 1990, the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian award, was conferred on Ambedkar’s.

The salutation Jai Bhim is used by his followers honours him.

President Tweet

To celebrate his death anniversary, President Ram Nath Kovind paid tribute to Dr B.R.Ambedkar at Parliament House Lawns, New Delhi.

PM Modi tweet

PM Narendra Modi addressed the Chaitya Bhumi Programme on this day through digital screening to Ambedkar’s followers.

Chaiya Bhumi is a very important place to Ambedkar’s followers because it is the resting place of Dr B.R.Ambedkar.

A letter from B.V. R Subrahmanyan, secretary of the ministry of social justice and empowerment,  the four places related to Dr B.R.Ambedkar those are Chaitya Bhumi in Dadar, Ambadave in Ratnagiri, Diksha Bhumi in Chincholi at Nagpur would be developed as National Monuments.

Conclusion:

There are so many great men born in India and they have become immortal to the people of India for their credit. He was not only an Indian jurist, economist but also a social reformer who fought for the rights of Dalits and the untouchables in Indian society.

To date, he is remembered for his good deeds and welfare for the people of India.

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