President Draupadi Murmu on Wednesday recalled the founders of the constitution for giving the country a “map and moral framework”, saying “it is our responsibility to walk that path”. In his first address to Nation on the occasion of 74th Republic Day, Mamro praised India for becoming one of the fastest growing economies in the world. G20 presidency, climate change, global warming, women empowerment and gender equality were also mentioned in his address.
Here are the top quotes from his address:
“The nation will always be grateful to Dr. BR Ambedkar, who chaired the Drafting Committee of the Constitution, and thus played an important role in finalizing it. On this day, we also remember the role of jurist BN Rao. should be kept, who prepared the initial draft, and other experts and officers who helped frame the Constitution.
>”His vision, as enshrined in the Constitution, continues to guide our republic. During this period, India has transformed from a poor and illiterate nation to a confident nation advancing globally.” Murmu added.
>”The G20 chairmanship is an opportunity to promote democracy and multilateralism and the right forum to build a better world and a better future. I am confident that under India’s leadership, the G20 will continue to build on its strength for a more equitable and sustainable future.” will be able to further increase the efforts. world order.”
> The President said that the G20 represents nearly two-thirds of the world’s population and nearly 85 percent of global GDP, making it an ideal forum to discuss and find solutions to global challenges.
> “In my view, global warming and climate change are the most important of these. Global temperatures are rising and extreme weather events are increasing. We face this dilemma: more and more people are being pushed out of poverty. To extract, we need economic. Growth, but this growth is also fueled by fossil fuels. Unfortunately, the poor suffer more from global warming than others,” he said.
> Murmu also said, “India has been among the fastest growing major economies. This has been made possible by timely and proactive interventions by the government. The ‘Atmanir Bhar Bharat’ initiative has created a huge response among people at large. There are also sector-specific incentive schemes.
>”Women’s empowerment and gender equality are no longer mere slogans, as we have made great strides towards these ideals in recent years. I have no doubt in my mind that women are the ones to shape the India of tomorrow.” Will do most of the work.
>On the essence of India, he said: “It is unprecedented for such a vast and diverse mass of people to come together as one nation. We did so with the belief that we are ultimately one. That we are all Indians.” We have succeeded as a democratic republic because many faiths and many languages have not divided us, they have only united us. That is the essence of India. This essence was at the heart of the Constitution, which took time. What is the test of resistance?”
(with agency information)