President Ram Nath Kovind Speech: President Ram Nath Kovind addressed the nation on the eve of Independence Day. Referring to the corona epidemic, he said that the intensity of the epidemic has reduced but the effect of corona-virus is not over yet. Taking all risks, the second wave of corona is being contained with the efforts of our doctors, nurses, health workers, administrators and other corona warriors. He said that our scientists made corona vaccine in a short time.
Appealed for early vaccine
The President said, “I urge all the countrymen to get the vaccine done as soon as possible according to the protocol and inspire others as well. Vaccines are the best protection provided by science for all of us at this time. I urge all the countrymen to get the vaccine done as soon as possible according to the protocol. It is gratifying to note that Rs 23,220 crore is being spent in a period of one year for expansion of medical facilities.
What did you say on the agriculture sector?
Along with this, he said, “I am happy that despite all odds, growth has continued in rural areas, especially in agriculture. With the many reforms made in agricultural marketing, our Annadata farmers will be further empowered and they will get better price for their products.”
What did you say to the youth of Jammu and Kashmir?
In his address, the President said, “I urge the residents of Jammu and Kashmir, especially the youth, to take advantage of this opportunity and be proactive in realizing their aspirations through democratic institutions. Now a new awakening is visible in Jammu and Kashmir. The government has started the process of consultation with all stakeholders who believe in democracy and the rule of law.”
Referred to the new parliament building
President Ram Nath Kovind said, “Our democracy is based on the parliamentary system, so Parliament is the temple of our democracy. The inauguration of this new building on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of independence will be considered as a historic starting point in the development journey of the world’s largest democracy. Our democracy is based on the parliamentary system, so Parliament is the temple of our democracy. It is a matter of great pride for all the countrymen that this temple of our democracy is going to be established in a new building in the near future.
In the beginning of his address, he said, “Happy Independence Day to all Indians living in the country and abroad. This day is a day of great joy and gaiety for all of us. This year’s Independence Day has special significance because this year Since then we all are celebrating the Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi to commemorate the 75th anniversary of our independence.
Corona warriors appreciated
The President also said, “In the face of the crisis of Corona, millions of people have taken enormous risks to protect the health and lives of others selflessly towards humanity, without caring for themselves. My heartfelt condolences to all such Covid warriors. I appreciate all the Covid warriors from my heart. Many Covid warriors have also lost their lives. I bow to the memory of them all.”
The President said, “Our dream of freedom was realized through the struggle of many generations of known and unknown freedom fighters. All of them presented unique examples of sacrifice and sacrifice. I bow with reverence to the sacred memory of all those immortal fighters.
Referring to the Olympic Games, he said, “Our players have brought laurels to the country with their stellar performance in the recently concluded Tokyo Olympics. I urge every parent to take education from the families of promising daughters and provide opportunities to their daughters to grow.”