Republic Day 2022: PM Narendra Modi & other leaders extend greetings to the Nation

Congratulating the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi said, 'Wishing you all a very Happy Republic Day. Jai Hind!'

Updated on: 26 Jan 2022 5:17 AM GMT
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Highlights from Republic Day Parade 2024

New Delhi: Today the whole country is celebrating the 73rd Republic Day. The Constitution of the country came into force on this day on 26 January 1950. On this special occasion, a grand parade is going to be organized on the Rajpath of the capital Delhi. People come from far and wide to see it. Tableaux of different states of the country come out in the parade organized on the Rajpath on the occasion of Republic Day.

Republic Day 2022:

On this special occasion, leaders from all over the world have congratulated the people of India. Apart from him, many veteran leaders of India are also among those who congratulated him. Let's take a look at this.

PM Modi tweets:

Congratulating the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi said, 'Wishing you all a very Happy Republic Day. Jai Hind!'

UP CM extends greetings:

Congratulating the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh on this special occasion, Yogi Adityanath said, "Wishing everyone a very Happy 73rd Republic Day. Our republic is an integrated expression of our excellent democratic values ​​and unwavering allegiance to the Indian Constitution and our unity in diversity. Let us be determined to build 'Ek Bharat- Shreshtha Bharat-Atma Nirbhar Bharat'. Jai Hind.'

While congratulating the Republic Day, the Education Minister of the country's capital Delhi, Manish Sisodia wrote, 'Very happy Republic Day. I express my gratitude to the builders of the country, especially Babasaheb, who gave a great constitution protecting the rights and freedoms of every individual. It is our responsibility now to build our nation on the basis of this.

Many important changes have been made on the occasion of the Republic Day celebrations in the year 2022. Although most of the changes have taken place in view of the corona infection and fog, some changes are being initiated to make them an important part of the Republic Day celebrations. The parade will start half an hour late due to the disruption in the program due to fog early in the morning.

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