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Braille Version of Constitution Unveiled in Mumbai

Maharashtra Minister Dhananjay Munde unveiled a Braille version of the Indian Constitution in Mumbai. (Image: Dhananjay Munde Twitter)

Maharashtra Minister Dhananjay Munde unveiled a Braille version of the Indian Constitution in Mumbai. (Image: Dhananjay Munde Twitter)

The Braille version of the Constitution has been prepared on behalf of Thane-based NGO Astitva Foundation, it added.

Maharashtra Social Justice Minister Dhananjay Munde on Wednesday unveiled a Braille version of the Indian Constitution at an event in Mumbai. Minister of State Bacchu Kadu was also present on the occasion, an official statement said.

A valuable work of making available the Indian Constitution in Braille script for the visually impaired has been done. "Feeling happy to unveil such a novel initiative meant for the divyangs, Munde said at the event, according to the statement.

The Braille version of the Constitution has been prepared on behalf of Thane-based NGO Astitva Foundation, it added.

first published:December 16, 2020, 22:54 IST