Indian Republic day speech in English 2018
Indian Republic day speech in English 2018 First of all, I would like to say JAI HIND to all of my friends. Republic Day is celebrated in schools, colleges, universities, offices and many more.
In schools and colleges, students get an opportunity to show their talent. They play drama, dance, speech and take participate in other cultural activities.
India got freedom from the British rule on 15 of August in 1947, but two and half years on 26th of January in 1950 the Constitution of India came into force Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was the Chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee that the wrote the Constitution of India.
Dr. Rajendra Parsed was the first President of India. Who hoisted the Indian tricolor on 26 January 1950. So we Celebrate this day as the Republic Day.
The fundamental rights and duties of the people have determined in our constitution. India is a democratic country. It means Every citizen of India is equal no one has to suffer because of religion, caste, color, and race.
On this day people of India celebrates Republic day with fervor and excitement. India got freedom from British rules but we are surrounded by several evils corruption, spam, bribery and many more.
You must have heard several news in news channels like Nirbaya case, Buland Shahar case where the honor of a daughter is spoiled in front of her family but the police do not take any action at right time.
Our leader announces some money as compensation to the victim rather than strict punishment for criminals. It hurts me when I hear such news that some people do politics over nationalism, politics over patriotism, Politics over national anthem.
They forget our sentiments with Tiranga. Some people show disrespect to the national anthem, oppose singing of national anthem. They feel uncomfortable for standing 52 seconds for our nation. For samosa, panipuri we stand 20 to 30 minutes.
Can we stand 52 seconds for our national anthem? This is condemnable. People say we are Hindu We are Muslims but they forgot that they are Indian First.
For all of those people one word I have to say please stop doing all this thing. We must say who don’t have proud to be an Indian don’t have rights to be in India.
Generally, when we meet we welcome by saying hi, hello, good morning, Namaste, Assalam-o-Alaikum but according to my perspective I would like to say Jai hind In this way we can show brotherhood, unity, dignity with our nation.