Good morning to everyone in this room. Sincere thanks to the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends. I’m here to give a speech on labor day. We celebrate Labor Day to recognize the contributions of both working men and women. I
n India, we celebrate Labour Day on May 1st. Additionally, it is often referred to as May Day. This day relates to the globally observed International Labor’s Day. This day is commemorated and observed as a national holiday in 80 nations, including India.
Its history dates back to 1886 and it was first seen in Chennai (then known as Madras) in 1923. This was the day when the American labor unions decided to go on strike to get their demands met. From that point forward, parades and protests are held on Labor Day all around the world.
Every year on May 1, people all around the world celebrate May Day, which honors the real spirit of the working class. On this day, employees unite and display their strength, demonstrating how effectively they can work to bring about reforms for the smooth operation of society. Gujarat Diwas and Maharashtra Diwas are holidays that commemorate the states of Gujarat and Maharashtra in 1960, respectively.
In conclusion, we observe Labor Day throughout the world to honor the contributions of billions of workers and help. They relentlessly try to make our jobs easier while also making little contribution to society. Therefore, we extend our gratitude to all workers for their efforts and hard work on this day. Thank you.