The third reading of the Draft Constitution began with Ambedkar moving a motion 'that the Constitution as settled by the assembly be passed'. In this phase, there were only a few substantive debates. Most of the speeches involved general comments on the Constitution as whole. While some members expressed their satisfaction on how the final Constitution turned out, others expressed concerns.

Resources

Debates which were part of the third reading of the Draft Constitution can be found in Volume 11 of the Proceedings of the Constituent Assembly.