India The Mother Of Democracy
On the occasion of Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation for the ninth time from the Red Fort's ramparts, claiming that India is the "mother of democracy" and that everyone is working toward empowering every Indian in every region of the country. India is the mother of democracy, Prime Minister Modi declared in his speech to the country on this historic day. India has demonstrated its valuable abilities and overcomes numerous obstacles during its 75-year journey. The prime minister cited the ideologies of Mahatma Gandhi, the country's founder. We are aiming to empower every Indian in every part of the country, whether they be Dalits, women, farmers, or Divyang... from the north, in accordance with Gandhi Ji's concept.
The Prime Minister asserted that despite difficulties encountered after Independence, Indian citizens' passion was unaffected by anything. "This earth has strength. India faced numerous obstacles but did not give up, did not submit, and continued to advance "stated PM Modi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated during a speech at the Red Fort that India must strive to become a developed nation and do rid of all signs of colonialism. In order to maintain unity in diversity, he continued, Indians must also maintain their cultural roots. According to PM Modi, citizens must fulfil their obligations.
The contributions of India's female liberation fighters were also mentioned by PM Modi. Every Indian feels a sense of pride when they reflect on the resilience of Indian women, including Rani Laxmibai, Jhalkari Bai, Chennamma, and Begun Hazrat Maha, according to PM Modi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said it was a momentous day for India as it pursues a new route with new resolve as he opened his speech at the Red Fort. Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the National Flag in front of his speech at the Red Fort as the locally made ATAGS artillery gun fired a 21-shot salute. Helicopters dropped flower petals on the crowd after that. PM Modi paid his respects at Rajghat earlier in the day.
In each entry/exit point at the fort, a multi-layered security cover and facial recognition system cameras have been installed. Additionally, trained catchers were used by security officers to verify that no monkeys were present on the property throughout the day. On the morning of August 15, the police recruited as many as 231 regular kite-flyers from the walled city region to guarantee a clear sky for approximately three hours.