ABP News unveils new show ‘Hamara Samvidhan’

MUMBAI: India’s leading Hindi News channel, ABP News has today launched its new show ‘Hamara Samvidhan’. The show will be air on Sunday at 10 am. The special series is dedicated to the constitution of India will be telecasted on all channels and platforms of ABP News Network. The show promises to give a brief insight into the journey of constitution, which is the core element of Indian democracy.

The show will be telecasted in 2 parts, where the first part which was telecasted today dedicated to the formation, time taken and importance of our constitution. The exciting series will unfold the historical events that lead to the creation of the longest written constitution in the world. The show will highlight the personalities and the roles they played in writing the constitution.

The second part which is scheduled for next Sunday, will be dedicated to the citizen where they informed about their rights and duties enlisted in the constitution. This part will be moreover a guiding tool for the citizens where the role of the constitution will be highlighted.

The show will be telecast in 17 different modules and edited under different categories. It will bring forth the 3 years, 12 sessions and 167 meetings of the Indian Constitution in the most attractive and creative manner.

It will be on air for the viewers on ABP News, followed by their digital platform, ABP Live and Youtube channel in the form of web series. With a tremendous focus on digital penetration, ABP continues to pioneer all news formats garnering a wider audience.

Speaking on the occasion of launch, ABP News Network CEO Avinash Pandey said, “We are extremely thrilled to present this show to the audience owing to its unique and compelling storytelling. The show aims to aware the viewers by venturing into the different stratum of the history of the Indian constitution. With this show, ABP News wants to inform and inspire its viewers through a knowledgeable narrative and take them through the entrancing journey of the Indian Constitution.”

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