Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot right here on Saturday referred to as for protecting democracy intact and urged people to counter divisive forces.
During his Independence Day handle at Jaipur’s Sawai Mansingh Stadium, the chief minister stated it’s crucial for democracy to exist for the survival of the nation.
It is the duty of all of us to hold it robust, he stated, recalling the contribution of leaders Mahatma Gandhi, Pt Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Patel, Dr Ambedkar and Maulana Azad.
Governments saved altering however democracy continued within the nation. We all have the duty to hold democracy robust as a result of the nation will survive solely when democracy survives,” he stated.
Gehlot stated people of various religions, communities and castes reside on this nation and converse assorted languages.
Despite such variety, our leaders saved this nation united with rules of common faith, socialism and secularism, he stated.
He stated by following these rules, people ought to give a befitting reply to the forces which unfold hatred within the title of faith and caste in order that peace and concord prevail within the nation.
The chief minister remembered the liberty fighters and troopers who laid down their lives to shield the nation and stated their sacrifices can by no means be forgotten.
Gehlot additionally hoisted the Tricolour on the metropolis’s Badi Chaupad and congratulated people on the Independence Day.
He stated people ought to take a pledge that they’ll preserve mutual concord and won’t be misled by the forces that divide the nation.
Gehlot stated his authorities is dedicated to present delicate, clear and accountable governance.
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