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They should first understand Ambedkar before they hold

Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis is set to embark on a three-day visit to London on November 14 to formally inaugurate a memorial for Dr B.R. Ambedkar. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who will already be on a UK visit from Thursday, will also be part of the inauguration ceremony. Mr Fadnavis said the event is being organised by the British Consulate and would be a “small” one and, thus, the number of invitees were limited. However, the Opposition targeted Mr Fadnavis for not inviting the leader of Opposition to be part of the event.“The programme has been organised by the British Consulate with limited invitees. There will be no loudspeakers or firecrackers since it is a residential area. This will be a small event,” said the chief minister, whose tour begins on Thursday.

Dr Ambedkar’s house will be developed into an international memorial dedicated to China aluminum Telescopic ladder suppliers the architect of the Indian Constitution. “Dr Ambedkar was a scholar and a multi-faceted personality. He wrote some research papers during the period he stayed there (at the London house). Along with these research papers, artefacts will also be kept on the first and second floors of the Ambedkar house,” Mr Fadnavis said.He added that two students, selected through a scholarship every year, would also get a chance to live on the third floor. Meanwhile, the proposed event prompted an attack from the opposition Congress and NCP who said that the government should refrain from politicising such issues.“What do you expect from these politicians influenced by the RSS when they did not invite us for the Bhoomipujan for the Dr Ambedkar memorial at Indu Mills, where there were no restrictions,” asked Congress leader Sachin Sawant, adding, “They should at least stop politicising issues related to national leaders.

They should first understand Ambedkar before they hold programmes.”Joining the attack, NCP leader Sachin Ahir said Dr Ambedkar’s followers were smart enough to see through the BJP’s tactics of trying to “gain political brownie points”. “This is not an issue which can be milked to gain political brownie points. Since they are doing it, Ambedkar’s followers will see through it,” Mr Ahir said, adding, “At least as a mark of respect to senior people, be it from any political party, who had worked towards realising Dr Ambedkar’s dream of India, they should have been invited,” he said.The Maharashtra government had in January this year decided to buy the house at 10, Kings Henry Road in London where Dr Ambedkar lived from 1921 to 1922. The government finally took possession in September of the 2,050-square feet three-storey house. Dr Ambedkar was pursuing his doctoral studies at the London School of Economics.The government had made a provision of Rs 40 crore for buying the house. It was finally bought at a cost of Rs 31 crore. The initial 10 per cent token had been paid in April but the deal had got stuck in the interim after deliberations failed between the owner and the state government.

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