Dwarka: South West District Legal Services Authority (SW-DSLA) on the occasion of the Constitution Day on 26th November 2021 and as part of the “Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav”, organised various events such as Preamble reading sessions, Nukkad Natak Program and Court Visit for law students.
National Constitution Day, also known as 'Samvidhan Divas', is celebrated in our country on 26th November every year to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. On 26th November 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India, which came into effect from 26th January 1950.
Neha Priya, Secretary, South West District Legal Services Authority visited Sweet Home-Girls Ashram in Najafgarh. After a brief interaction with the children, she led on preamble reading for the children. A nukkad natak performance on the topic of fundamental duties 'I can do it' was performed by the theatre group. After the program, Secretary served meals to the children and distributed sweets to them. Around 150 children attended the program.
Reading sessions were also organized in the Jail, Police Station, Sub-divisional Magistrate Office and all the courtrooms of the Dwarka District Court. The judicial officers along with the Court staff participated in the preamble reading session. Secretary Neha Priya led the preamble reading at the South-West DLSA for staff members.
The preamble reading sessions were also held at Dabri police station, Bindapur Police station and Central jail No-1.
A court visit was organized for 65 law students from the Trinity Institute of Professional Studies, Dwarka. The students visited courtrooms, attended court proceedings and had an interactive session with the judges. After the court visit, the students also participated in the preamble reading session at SW-DLSA.
Neha Priya, Secretary of SW-DSLA, says, "Our children are the future of our country. That is why it is important to catch them young and explain to them the values of unity, fraternity, equality and liberty enshrined in the preamble, such that they can imbibe these values and help build the India that was dreamt of by our Constitution framers."
She added, "The focus for the last 75 years has been on enforcement of fundamental rights and the time has now come to shift the focus on our fundamental duties. If we can achieve that, then that will be the true celebration of Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav."