Patriotism only knows ‘Emotions’ as Indian National Anthem video launched in ‘Sign’ language
 Source : NewsBharati  Date : 11-Aug-2017

New Delhi, August 11: Human Resource Development Minister Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey on Thursday launched the Indian National Anthem video in sign language at Films Division Auditorium in New Delhi. Speaking on the occasion Minister Pandey said that our PM Modi has a vision that India’s development will be complete when our divyangjan become an integral part of it and come forward in the nation building.

 
Minister Pandey further said that PM Modi had suggested that the term 'divyang' (divine body) instead of 'viklang' be used for persons with disability. He further said that we must create an environment for the disabled people by which they can be able to earn a livelihood and live an independent life like any other citizen. It is our responsibility to mainstream them into all walks of life and to make things accessible to them so that they can be fully integrated into national life.


He praised the government for its decision on the reservation in vacancies in government establishments to increase it from 3% to 4% for certain persons or class of persons with benchmark disability. He appreciated the efforts of the organizers and wished them all the success in future endeavors.

Notably, the video features Amitabh Bachchan along with children with disability singing the National Anthem in sign language at the backdrop of the Majestic Red Fort. The film is conceptualized by Satish Kapoor, Founder Director, We Care Film Festival. We Care Film Festival produced the Film under the aegis of Brotherhood, an NGO. It is directed by Govind Nihalani and the music is scored by late Aadesh Shrivastava.