The UK agreed to an Ambedkar museum at 10 King Henry’s Road, London.
The Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, Great Britain, Robert Jenrick, gave this information in a tweet.
Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee Chairman Kumari Selja said that in December 2019, she had asked the British Government to recognize 10 King Henry’s Road, the home of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar in London, where he lived from 1921 to 1922, like Ambedkar Museum.
Jenrick said: “I am pleased to grant a planning permission for a museum in London to DrAmbedkar, one of the founding fathers of modern India and an important figure to many British Indians. I wish the museum much success. “
I was pleased to grant planning permission for a museum in London to Dr Ambedkar – one of the founding fathers of modern #India and an important figure to many British-Indians ????
— Robert Jenrick (@RobertJenrick) March 12, 2020
In a written communication sent to the Camden Council, London, Kumari Selja had said that Dr. Ambedkar was a popular Indian jurist, economist, politician and social reformer whose life inspired us all to fight against tyranny and for social justice.
Ambedkar was the independent first Minister of Law and Justice of India, the architect of the Indian Constitution and the founding father of the Republic of India.