PM Narendra Modi speaks on the 70th Constitution Day of India
Four years ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation of the Ambedkar memorial in Mumbai on November 19, 2015 — marking November 26 — the birth anniversary of Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar — as the Constitution Day of India.
Here are the key points from Narendra Modi’s speech:
- While addressing the joint sitting, Modi paid tribute to the martyrs of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.
- He also said that the country will remember all the constitutional pillars laid by Ambedkar saying that ‘constitution is India’s sacred book.’
- He recalled that Indians never stopped believing in the constitution and this is what binds all of us.
- We should never forget
Mahatma Gandhi’s teachings. He added that Gandhi taught us to perform our duties towards the nation. “If I am following traffic rules, that also means that I am doing my duty,” he said.
We should ensure that we focus on duties whenever we're talking to the people of India. Our Constitution starts w… https://t.co/FfspoxjsHu— BJP (@BJP4India) 1574748668000
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