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Republic Day: why Constitution on India implemented on 26 January why chose this date why delay – Republic Day: The Constitution was made 2 months ago, why the delay in implementation, why the date of 26 January was chosen, Education News

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Republic Day 26 January: The Constitution of our country was ready on 26 November 1949. It was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 26 November. Then why was there a delay of two months in its implementation. Why two months later, on 26 January 1950, this Constitution was implemented in the entire country. The reason for this dates back to the freedom struggle 20 years ago. In fact, on January 26, 1930, Congress had given the slogan of complete independence of the country or complete Swaraj. In memory of this, we waited till 26 January 1950 to implement the Constitution.

On 19 December 1929, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru was elected the new President of the Congress in the Lahore session of the Congress. On this day the demand for complete Swaraj was made. It was decided that the country’s Independence Day would be celebrated on the last Sunday of January. This date was 26 January 1930. This demand for complete Swaraj was made public on 26 January 1930. On this day, Pandit Nehru hoisted the tricolor flag on the banks of Ravi river in Lahore. In this way, 26th January was a very special day for which we waited.

Let us tell you that 26th November is celebrated as Constitution Day and Law Day in our country when it was adopted.

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The Indian Constitution is the longest written constitution in the world. Many of its parts have been taken from the constitutions of the United Kingdom, America, Germany, Ireland, Australia, Canada and Japan. It describes the fundamental rights, duties of the citizens of the country, role of the government, powers of the Prime Minister, President, Governor and Chief Minister. What is the work of the Legislature, Executive and Judiciary, what is their role in running the country, all these things are mentioned in the Constitution.