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Chief Minister Narendra Modi today released the book ‘Bharat Nu Samvidhan’. The book is the Gujarati version of the Constitution of India. This one is the fourth edition of the book and is published by the state’s Parliamentary Affairs and Legal department.

Law Minister Dilip Sanghani, Minister of State for Law Pradipsinh Jadeja, Chief Secretary A K Joti, Secretary to Law Mr. Goti and officials of Parliamentary Affairs department were present on the occasion.

The fourth edition has been published after a gap of 17 years and all the amendments made in the constitution during this time have been incorporated in the book. Chief Minister exuded faith that the effort of publishing the Indian Constitution in the local language will prove helpful to the people in understanding the laws of the nation and in conveying the inbuilt spirit of the Constitution.

The book includes all the amendments till the 95th one in 2009. The book is available to public through all government book sellers.

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PM congratulates all those who took oath as Ministers in Maharashtra Government
August 09, 2022
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has congratulated all those who took oath as Ministers in the Maharashtra Government today.

In a tweet, the Prime Minister said;

"Congratulations to all those who took oath as Ministers in the Maharashtra Government today. This team is a great blend of administrative experience and the passion to deliver good governance. My best wishes to them for serving the people of the state."