PM Modi-Amit Shah extend Republic Day greetings to nation
PM Modi-Amit Shah extend Republic Day greetings to nation

Today is Republic Day and it is India's 72 Republic Day. The historic parade will take off at Rajpath in the national capital today. The first time rafael will be presented in this parade. At the same time, all eyes are also on the tractor rally of farmers. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has congratulated India on Republic Day. In fact, Boris had to join the first Republic Day programme as a guest, but he could not come because of the corona crisis. Besides him, union ministers including Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Rahul Gandhi and other country leaders have greeted the people on Republic Day.

You can see Amit Shah wrote in his tweet: "Republic Day" symbolizes India's multi-coloured diversity and rich cultural heritage. I recall all the great personalities whose struggle came into force on this day in 1950 and salute all those who have protected the Indian Republic from their valour. In addition to him, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote in a tweet: "Greetings to the countrymen on republic Day. Jai Hind! Wishing all the people of India a Happy #RepublicDay. Jai Hind!''

On the eve of Republic Day, President Ram Nath Kovind addressed the country and mentioned other challenges including the Corona period. In addition, the Padma awards were announced. In fact, this time a total of 119 people have received the honour, including the names of several other veterans including former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe, Ram Vilas Paswan (posthumously). The Gallantry Awards have also been announced on the same occasion.

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