PM Narendra Modi pays tribute to martyrs of Mumbai attack

New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi on Thursday addressed a program released in Kevadia on the occasion of Constitution Day. During this time, PM Modi paid tribute to those who were martyred in the Mumbai attack and said that we can never forget those wounds. PM Modi said that in 2008, terrorists from Pakistan had bled Mumbai, many people were killed in this attack. PM Modi said that today's India is facing terror with a new policy.

PM Modi further said that the judiciary has a very big role in protecting the Constitution. An attempt was made to dissolve it in the 70s, but the Constitution responded to this. After the Emergency, the system also got stronger, we have got a lot to learn from it. In his address, PM Modi said that during the crisis of Corona epidemic, the people of the country have supported their faith in the Constitution. This time a lot of work has been done in Parliament this time, MPs have cut their salary.

PM Modi said that during the Corona era, the country made elections, according to the rules, a government was also formed, which is the strength of the Constitution. He said that today the country is celebrating Constitution Day and is immersed in the celebration of the festival of democracy. PM Modi said that everyone should work keeping national interest in mind. If there is politics on such issues, then it has to suffer.

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