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AMU Centre at Malappuram celebrated Independence Day

By TCN News,

Kerala: Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Centre Malappuram at Kerala celebrated 70th Independence Day with full Joy and fervor. The celebration started with flag hoisting in the morning followed by national anthem.

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Dr. Ahazam Khan, Assistant registrar, gave the welcome address and elaborated the importance of Indian freedom struggle. He told that Indians must preserve this Freedom.

Professor T.N Satheesan, Director of Aligarh Muslim University Centre Malappuram gave the presidential address on the occasion.

“On this 70thIndependence Day we have special responsibility to guide our country through the new ideas and researches. We can do it through hard work and we must take inspiration from ideas of great founder of this University, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. We need to continue this legacy at AMU Malappuram Centre”, Satheesan told the gathering.

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Elaborating the developmental activities at the Centre, he also said that the development work is going on and Academic Blocks III and IV will be completed within two months. Very soon solar panel and CCTV work will be inaugurated. Funds have been transferred into PWD accounts and PWD will start the permanent construction for Law and MBA department buildings. Water storage and water treatment plant work is under progress.

During his address, Dr. Faisal K.P Coordinator, Department of Law, told that reflection upon the past is good but it should not block the nation from moving ahead. Our designs and plans for the future should be guiding force to move forward.

He also said that it is high time to settle the issues with all and live in peace. He was of the view that Freedom means freedom to assimilate and to have Unity in the country and hence everyone must work to strengthen our country as Sovereign, Secular, Social and Democratic India.


Shahnawaz Ahmed Malik, Assistant Professor, Deparment of Law told that we should not forget the sacrifices made by earlier freedom fighters including Allama Fazle Haq Khairabadi, Nawab Sirajuddaula, Tipu Sultan, Rani Laxmi Bai and Bahadur Shah Zafar. Malik further said that father of nation MK Gandhi, Jawahar Lal Nehru, Sardar Patel, Subhash Bose and Maulana Azad walked on the path given by these earlier freedom fighters. He elaborated the meaning of Independence by explaining that without protection of guaranteed fundamental rights enshrined under the Constitution of India, we can’t say we are really Independent.

Unless a weaker section does not feel freedom, we can’t say as a Nation that we are really Free. The Constitutional rights of Dalits, Minorities and other weaker sections must be protected in order to make India real Independent India, he added.

On this occasion students of various Departments also expressed their views to the audience. Dilshad Ansari (MBA), Shivendra Raj Singhal and Srimee Srivastava (LAW), Rumisha Ansari and Taab Sherwani (B.Ed) spoke on the Indian Freedom struggle and its importance.

The celebration came to an end with the singing of traditional University Tarana followed by sweet distribution.