Honourable Chief Guest Mr/Mrs __, Respected Principal, Teachers, Students and Audience.
A very warm good morning to all of you. Today, we have gathered here to celebrate this the 71st republic day of our nation which reminds us of unity, fraternity, harmony and equality. Today 26 January on 1950 we had adopted the constitution.
India became an Independent Country on August 15, 1947, after a long struggle by our freedom fighters who gave up their lives to give us a bright future. However, this newly independent country needed a rule which could give equality to all people without any discrimination on the basis of religion, caste, creed, sex, language etc.
Thanks to our leaders like Baba Saheb Ambedkar who framed the Constitution of India. The very Preamble of our Constitution i.e. “We the people of India” describes the beauty of our nation which lies in its secular nature.
Our constitution does not regard any human or belief or race superior than the other. It gives us the freedom to express our ideas freely. It gives us right to choose our leader.
Every citizen of India is guaranteed by the constitution, fundamental rights which can never be taken away from him. And if someone tries to snatch these fundamental rights, our constitution gives us the right to sue him in the court.
Thus we can imagine how important and significant is this day for us On this auspicious day we the people of this democratic country should pledge that we will contribute towards its betterment.
Let us pledge that we will leave no stone unturned to keep our secular and tolerant spirit alive and everlasting. We will never discriminate any person on the basis of his religion, gender, caste or race.
Question on Republic Day
What is Republic Day in India?
On 26th January 1950, India became Republic. To celebrate this day every year we celebrate this day on 26 January.
Is Republic Day national holiday?
26 January is National Holiday in India.
When did India get Republic?
26 January 1950.