We all have the same source of faith, movement and energy – our Constitution: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended a function in Delhi on the occasion of Constitution Day. While addressing the people present there, he highlighted the importance of the Constitution and explained how all his works are influenced by the spirit of the Constitution. He said that in the light of the dreams of those who lived and died for freedom and while maintaining the great tradition of thousands of years of India, our constitution makers gave us the constitution. In view of the plight of millions of people in the country, I consider it my true honor to spend myself to make their lives easier.
10 Highlights of PM Modi’s Address: –
- In the light of the dreams of those who lived and died for freedom and nurtured the great tradition of thousands of years of India, our Constitution makers gave us the Constitution.
- Both the government and the judiciary are born from the womb of the constitution. Therefore, the two are twins. Both have come into being only because of the constitution. Therefore, from a broader point of view, although they differ, they complement each other.
- We may all have different roles, different responsibilities, different ways of working, but we have the same source of faith, motivation and energy – our constitution.
- This colonial mentality is a major obstacle in further strengthening the will power created in the freedom movement. We have to get rid of it. And for that, our greatest strength, our greatest movement, is our Constitution.
- We are the only country that is in the process of achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement ahead of time. And yet in the name of environment, various pressures are being exerted on such India. All this is the result of the colonial mentality.
- But it is unfortunate that even in our country, due to such mentality, obstacles are put in the way of development of our own country. Sometimes in the name of freedom of expression and sometimes with the help of something else.
- Today, there is no country in the world that seems to exist as a colony of another country. But that does not mean that the colonial mentality is gone. We see that this mentality is causing a lot of distortions.
- The clearest example of this can be seen in the obstacles we face in the development journey of developing countries. For the developing world, there is an attempt to close the same path, the same path through which the developed world has reached today.
- All together – all development, all faith – all prayer, this is the most powerful manifestation of the spirit of the Constitution. The government is dedicated to the constitution, does not discriminate in development and we have done it.
- Today, even the poorest of the poor have the same access to quality infrastructure that was once limited to prosperity. Today, the country is as focused on the development of Ladakh, Andaman and Northeast as it is on metro cities like Delhi and Mumbai.