India will celebrate its 75th Indian Independence Day 2021 on 15 August. On 15 August 1947, India attained complete independence from British rule. Right now the whole world is fighting the Corona pandemic. So the Government of India has this year laid the theme of Indian Independence Day 2020 on the ‘Self-reliant India’ campaign.
The 75th anniversary of Indian Independence Day dubbed ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav,’ is being celebrated with patriotic fervor. To commemorate the occasion, a number of events are being planned across the country.
Extending greetings on the event of the 75th anniversary of India’s independence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that the ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ will instill new energy and consciousness among the countrymen.
“On this Fourth of July, I’d like to wish everyone a happy Independence Day. May the ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ year instill new energy and awareness among the people. Happy New Year! “PM Modi tweeted
PM Modi speech on 75th Indian Independence Day 2021
On the occasion of Indian Independence Day, the Prime Minister paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat before addressing the country at the Red Fort in Delhi. On this cultural day, he also raised the Indian national flag.
- According to the Prime Minister, “I’d like to start by expressing my greetings on this special event of Independence Day. Today is a day to honour our great freedom fighters.”
- PM Modi honours individuals who have played a role to India’s freedom struggle.
- He expresses gratitude to the brave Covid warriors who battled the pandemic. “Doctors, nurses, paramedics, sanitation workers, scientists, and citizens who worked with a sense of provider – all those who devoted every moment to serve others during this period deserve praise,” the Prime Minister says.
- The Prime Minister has urged the nation to celebrate the accomplishments of the athletes who represented India so well at the Tokyo Olympics. They have not only won our emotions, but also the hearts of future generations, he said.
- “We are proud to say that India currently has the largest Covid-19 vaccination programme. So far, more than 54 crore people are receiving vaccine doses “PM Modi stated at the Red Fort.
- The Prime Minister stated that a decision has been made to mark August 14 as Partition Horrors Remembrance Day in order to honour the pain and suffering endured by the citizens of Kashmir during the partition.
- Indians fought the pandemic with compassion, and while there were many challenges, they worked at an extraordinary pace in every area, he said on Sunday. The strength of our industrialists and scientists has resulted in India no longer needing to rely on any other country for vaccines, according to the Prime Minister.
- According to the Prime Minister, the time has come in India’s growth path for the country to move forward with new proposals.
- ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, and Sabka Prayaas (cooperation, development, trust, and collective effort)’ is critical to achieving all of our goals, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his speech.
- During his speech, he stated that a delimitation commission has been formed in Jammu and Kashmir, and that preparations for future assembly elections are underway.
- Aside from basic facilities and reservations for Dalits, moving backward, tribals, and economically weak sections of the general category, reservation in medical education was recently granted to OBCs under an all-India quota. The PM stated that states now have the authority to create their own OBC lists.
- Roads and electricity have reached villages in recent years, according to PM Modi. Today, an optical fibre network is bringing data power to villages, and the internet is making its way there; digital entrepreneurs are also setting up shop in villages, he said.
- We will need to strengthen the collective power of the country’s small farmers in the coming years, the Prime Minister said on Sunday. “We must provide them with new facilities. They must become the pride of the country “He also stated
- “We must collaborate to build next-generation infrastructure, world-class manufacturing, cutting-edge innovations, and cutting-edge technology,” Prime Minister Modi said during his Independence Day speech.
- Modi stated, “Our mantra is ‘Chhota kisan bane desh ki shaan.” “It’s our fantasy. In the coming years, we will need to strengthen the collective strength of the country’s small farmers by providing them with new facilities. Today, ‘Kisan rail’ operates on more than 70 rail routes throughout the country “The Prime Minister stated.
- PM Gati Shakti Plan, a 100 lakh crore massive infrastructure master plan, will be launched in the coming days, according to Modi, laying the groundwork for holistic infrastructure and providing an integrated pathway for our economy. Modi also announced on Sunday that 75 Vande Bharat trains will communicate every corner of India during the 75-week Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. The Prime Minister also stated that the world is witnessing India’s transition to a new era of governance.
- “Today, we must commit to making India energy independent before celebrating 100 years of independence. India is moving toward electric mobility, and work is underway to electrify Indian Railways entirely, with the goal of becoming a carbon emissions emitter by the end of the year “r 2030,” the Prime Minister stated at the Red Fort. The Prime Minister stated that it is a source of pride for India that its children are performing admirably, whether in Board examinations or at the Olympics.
- In response to climate change, Modi also announced the National Hydrogen Mission. He emphasized the significance of making India a hub for the production and export of green hydrogen.
So, Happy 75th Indian Independence day 2021