President remembers ‘Bapu’ at R-Day’s speech

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President Pranab Mukherjee’s speech on the eve of the Republic Day was marked by national integrity and a flavour of true patriotism. His concern over the safety of women in the country was another focal issue. Pranab Mukherjee’s speech included the need of education to build a healthy generation for future. At last, he stated about Gandhiji’s vision about cleanliness and appealed to the nation to follow his path of purity.

Highlights:

  • President Pranab Mukherjee felt that our national ambition is to raise the quality of life of all Indians
  • We can never cease to learn from the Mahatma: President Pranab Mukherjee
  • Violations of LoC ceasefire & terrorist attacks must be met with diplomacy & impregnable security mechanisms: Pranab Mukherjee
  • We live in universe where the cloud has become a library without frontiers: Pez
  • “Let us strive for highest quality in education so that we can be a 21st century knowledge leader”
  • Education must be looked into to build a better future: Prez
  • “No Governance without Legislation”
  • “Most powerful example of India’s soft power lies in our definition of relationship between faith and polity”
  • We cannot afford to be complacent on any issues: Pranab Mukherjee
  • Wisdom of India teaches us: unity is strength, dominance is weakness:Prez
  • Enacting laws without discussions impacts the law-making role of the Parliament: President Mukherjee
  • “Constitution which has made India role model for today’s world was product of Gandhiji’s philosophy”
  • “Stable govt. has freed country’s governance from compulsions of coalition politics”
  • Atrocities of rape, murders, harassment on the roads, kidnapping & dowry deaths have made women fearful even in their own homes: Prez
  • We should respect women: Prez
  • President feels the condition of women needs to be improved
  • Pays homage to the great patriots of the country
  • President conveys his wishes to the security personnels
  • Gandhi wanted to observe Jan 26, 1930 as Independence Day: Prez
  • Jan 26 marks the birth of a modern India: President Mukherjee
  • President remembers Mahatma Gandhi on his R-Day speech
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