President’s address to the country: thanks to the makers of the constitution, congratulations to the countrymen, different religions and languages ​​have worked to unite India

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This progress would not have been possible without the guidance from the collective wisdom of the framers of the Constitution. We are all one, and we are all Indians. So many creeds and so many languages ​​have not divided us but united us. That’s why we have succeeded as a democratic republic. This is the essence of India.

Addressing the nation on the eve of Republic Day, President Draupadi Murmu said that our journey since the enactment of the Constitution till date has been wonderful. This has inspired many other countries. Every citizen feels proud of India’s glory story. India has moved from being a poor and illiterate nation to a confident nation on the world stage. This progress would not have been possible without the guidance from the collective wisdom of the framers of the Constitution. We are all one, and we are all Indians. So many creeds and so many languages ​​have not divided us but united us. That’s why we have succeeded as a democratic republic. This is the essence of India.

President Murmu, in his address on the eve of Republic Day, said that India has succeeded as a democratic republic because the multitude of sects and languages ​​did not divide us, rather they united us. Our constitution is inspired by the humanistic philosophy of the oldest living civilization as well as new ideas. The vision of the framers of the Constitution guided the way to transform India, which was largely poor and illiterate, into a self-confident nation. Most sectors of the economy have been able to cope with the impact of the pandemic.

Last year, India became the fifth largest economy in the world. This feat was achieved in a global backdrop of economic uncertainty. With the help of able leadership and effective struggle, we soon came out of the recession and resumed our journey of development. Women empowerment and equality between women and men are no longer mere slogans. There is no doubt in my mind that women will make the maximum contribution in shaping the India of tomorrow. This year India is presiding over the group of G20 countries. In line with our ideal of universal brotherhood, we stand for peace and prosperity for all. The G20 chairmanship would have given India a very important role in contributing to building a better world.

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