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Mar 08, 2021
7:46PM

PM Modi says, glory of Sanatan Bharat, glow of modern India should mark celebrations of 75 years of India's Independence

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that said the festival of 75 years of independence should be one such festival, in which the spirit of freedom struggle, tribute to the martyrs and their pledge to create India, could be experienced. Chairing the first meeting of the National Committee to commemorate 75 years of independence, Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav virtually today, Mr Modi said, this festival should embody the glimpse of the glory of Sanatan Bharat and also the glow of modern India. 

He said that this festival should reflect the light of the spirituality of the sages and also the talent and strength of our scientists. The Prime Minister said this event will also showcase our achievements of these 75 years to the world and also give a framework for resolution to us for the next 25 years. He said that no sankalp is successful without celebration. Mr Modi said, when a sankalp takes the form of celebration, pledges and energy of million is added. 


The Prime Minister said that the celebration of 75 years is to be done with the participation of 130 crore Indians and this people’s participation is at the core of this celebration. He said, this participation involves the feelings, suggestions and dreams of 130 crore countrymen. Mr Modi informed that 5 pillars have been decided for the celebration of the 75 years. These are Freedom Struggle, Ideas at 75, Achievements at 75, Actions at 75 and Resolve at 75. All these should include the ideas and feelings of the 130 crore indians.

He also emphasized the need to honour and take the stories of lesser known freedom fighters to people. The Prime Minister said every nook and corner of the country is replete with the sacrifice of sons and daughters of the country and their stories will be an eternal source of inspiration for the nation. He said we have to bring the contribution of every section to the fore. He said, there are people who are performing some great work for the country for generations, their contribution, thinking and ideas need  to be integrated with the national efforts.

The Prime Minister said this historical festival is about fulfilling the dreams of the freedom fighters, an attempt to elevate India to the height which they had wished. He asserted that the country is achieving things which were unthinkable a few years ago. He added that the celebration will be in accordance with the historical glory of India.

The Prime Minister said, the country will celebrate the occasion of 75 years of Independence with grandeur and enthusiasm befitting the historic nature, glory and importance of the occasion. He lauded the new ideas and diverse thoughts coming from the members of the committee. Mr Modi dedicated the Mahotsav of 75 year of Independence for the people of India. 


Various members of the National Committee attended the meeting including Governors, Union Ministers, Chief Ministers, political leaders, scientists, officials, media personalities, spiritual Leaders, artists and film personalities, sports personalities, and eminent persons from other walks of life.


The Members of the National Committee who gave inputs and suggestions to the meeting included Former President Pratibha Devi Singh Patil, Former Prime Minister H. D. Deve Gowda, Naveen Patnaik, Mallikarjun Kharge, Meira Kumar, Sumitra Mahajan, J. P. Nadda and Maulana Wahiduddin Khan. 

The members of the committee thanked the Prime Minister for the planning and organization of the Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav. They gave their suggestions and inputs to further expand the scope of the Mahotsav. The Union Home Minister said that there will be more such meetings in the future and suggestions and inputs received today will be considered.

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