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திங்கள், ஐனவரி 26, 2015
குடியரசு தினம் 2015: 66வது குடியரசு தினத்தை முன்னிட்டு ஜனாதிபதி பிரணாப் முக்கர்ஜி ஆற்றிய உரை!
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இன்று (ஜனவரி 26) - நாடு முழுவதும், 66வது குடியரசு தினம் கொண்டாடப்படுகிறது. இதனை முன்னிட்டு இந்திய ஜனாதிபதி பிரணாப் முக்கர்ஜி - தொலைகாட்சி மற்றும் வானொலி மூலம் நாட்டுமக்களுக்கு உரை நிகழ்த்தினார். அதில் அவர் தெரிவித்ததாவது (ஆங்கிலத்தில்):

My Fellow Citizens:

1. On the eve of the 66th Republic Day, I extend warm greetings to all of you in India and abroad. I convey my special greetings to members of our Armed Forces, Paramilitary Forces and Internal Security Forces.

2. Twenty Sixth January holds an everlasting place in our national memory because it is the day when modern India was born. Under Mahatma Gandhi’s moral and political leadership, the National Congress passed the Purna Swaraj resolution demanding complete independence from British rule in December 1929. Gandhiji organized nationwide celebrations on 26 January 1930 as Independence Day. From then on, the Nation took a pledge on this day every year to carry on the freedom struggle till we attained it.

3. Exactly twenty years later, in 1950, we adopted our charter of modernity, the Constitution. Tragically, Gandhiji had been martyred two years before, but the framework of a Constitution that has made India a role model for today`s world was constructed out of his philosophy. Its essence lay in four principles: democracy; freedom of faith; gender equality; and an economic upsurge for those trapped in the curse of dire poverty. These were made Constitutional obligations. Gandhiji’s talisman for the country`s rulers was simple and powerful and I quote: "Whenever you are in doubt...recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man whom you may have seen and ask yourself...will it lead to swaraj for the hungry and spiritually starving millions?" (unquote). Our resolve to eliminate poverty through inclusive development has to be a step in that direction.

Fellow Citizens:

4. The past year has been remarkable in many ways. Particularly because, after three decades the people have voted to power a single party with a majority for a stable government, and in the process freed the country’s governance from the compulsions of coalition politics. Outcome of these Elections has given the mandate to the elected government to fulfill its commitment to the people by using its majority for formulating policies and making laws to implement those policies. The voter has played her part; it is now up to those who have been elected to honour this trust. It was a vote for clean, efficient, effective, gender-sensitive, transparent, accountable and citizen-friendly governance.

Fellow Citizens:

5. There can be no governance without a functioning legislature. The legislature reflects the will of the people. It is the platform where progressive legislation using civilized dialogue must create delivery mechanisms for realizing the aspirations of the people. It calls for reconciling the differences amongst stakeholders and building a consensus for the law to be enacted. Enacting laws without discussion impacts the law-making role of the Parliament. It breaches the trust reposed in it by the people. This is neither good for the democracy nor for the policies relating to those laws.

Fellow Citizens:

6. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Patel, Subhash Chandra Bose, Bhagat Singh, Rabindranath Tagore, Subramanya Bharati and many more - the vocation and the approach might have been different but they all spoke the same language of patriotism. We owe our freedom to these great warriors of nationalism. We also salute the unsung heroes who have died securing the liberation of Mother India. But it pains me to see that Mother India is not respected by her own children when it comes to the safety of women. Atrocities of rape, murders, harassment on the roads, kidnapping and dowry deaths have made women fearful even in their own homes. Rabindranath Tagore saw women not only as the deities of the household fire, but also the flame of the soul itself. Where have we failed, as parents, teachers and leaders, that our children have forgotten all tenets of decent behaviour and respect for women? We have enacted many legislations but, as Benjamin Franklin had once said and I quote: “Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are” (unquote). Every Indian must take a pledge to protect the honour of women from violence of any kind. Only a nation that respects and empowers its women can become a global power.

Fellow Citizens:

7. The Indian Constitution is the holy book of democracy. It is a lodestar for the socio-economic transformation of an India whose civilization has celebrated pluralism, advocated tolerance and promoted goodwill between diverse communities. These values, however, need to be preserved with utmost care and vigilance. The freedom inherent in democracy sometimes generates an unhappy by-product when political discourse becomes a competition in hysteria that is abhorrent to our traditional ethos. The violence of the tongue cuts and wounds people`s hearts. Religion, said Gandhiji, is a force for unity; we cannot make it a cause of conflict.

Fellow Citizens:

8. Much is said about India`s soft power. But the most powerful example of India`s soft power, in an international environment where so many countries are sinking into the morass of theocratic violence, lies in our definition of the relationship between faith and polity. We have always reposed our trust in faith-equality where every faith is equal before the law and every culture blends into another to create a positive dynamic. Wisdom of India teaches us: unity is strength, dominance is weakness.

Fellow Citizens:

9. The multi-nation conflict has converted boundaries into bloodlines, and turned terrorism into an industry of evil. Terrorism and violence are seeping across our borders. While peace, non-violence and good neighbourly intentions should remain the fundamentals of our foreign policy, we cannot afford to be complacent about adversaries who will stop at nothing to disrupt our progress towards a prosperous and equitable India. We have the strength, confidence and determination to defeat architects of this war against our people. Repeated violations of the ceasefire along the Line of Control and terrorist attacks must get an integrated response through incisive diplomacy and impregnable security mechanisms. The world must join India in fighting the menace of terrorism.

Fellow Citizens:

10. Economic progress is also a test of democracy. Year 2015 is a year of hope. Key economic indicators provide for much optimism. Strengthening of the external sector, move towards fiscal consolidation, moderation in price levels, early signs of rebound in manufacturing and record agricultural production last year augur well for our economy. Achieving five percent plus growth rates each in the first two quarters of 2014-15 is a healthy sign for an early reversion to the high growth trajectory of 7-8 percent.

11. The success of a society is measured by both survival and strengthening of its values, institutions and instruments of governance. Our national narrative has been shaped by the principles of its past, triumphs of today and is now ready to own the future by powering its latent potential.

Fellow Citizens:

12. Our national ambition is to raise the quality of life of Indians by quantum leaps and raise generations enlightened by learning, patriotism, compassion, honesty and a sense of duty. Thomas Jefferson had said and I quote: “Educate and inform the whole mass of the people... They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty” (unquote). We must strive for the highest quality in our educational institutions so that we can take our place, within a visible future, among the knowledge leaders of the 21st century. I would urge, in particular, that we lay special stress on the culture of books and reading, which takes knowledge beyond the classroom and frees imagination from stress of the immediate and the utilitarian. We must be a creative people, nourished by innumerable, interlinked rivers of ideas. Our youth must lead the way to mastery of technology and communication in a universe where the cloud has become a library without frontiers, and vast opportunity awaits within the computer in your palm. The 21st century is within India`s grasp.

Fellow Citizens:

13. This future will remain both visible and elusive if we do not discover the ability to continually cleanse ourselves of retrograde habits and social ills. Over the past century, some have died, others have faded, but many still exist. We are celebrating, this year, the centenary of Gandhiji`s return to India from South Africa. We can never cease to learn from a Mahatma. The first thing he did in 1915 was to keep his eyes open and his lips sealed. It is advisable to follow his example. While we are, rightly, focused on 1915, perhaps we should cast a glance on what Gandhiji did in 1901, the year when he returned home for his first break. The annual Congress session was held that year in Calcutta, then the capital of British India. Gandhiji was a delegate. He went to Ripon College for a meeting. He discovered that the whole place had been dirtied by fellow-delegates. A shocked Gandhiji did not wait for any allotted cleaner. He picked up a broom and cleaned the area. No one followed his example in 1901. 114 years later, let us follow his example, and become worthy children of a magnificent father.

Jai Hind!

[Administrator: செய்தி திருத்தப்பட்டது @ 5:20 pm / 26.01.2015]

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1. Re:...இந்தியா சுதந்திரத்துக்காக குரல் கொடுத்த இஸ்லாமிய தலைவர்கள் பெயர் எங்கே?
posted by mackie noohuthambi (colombo) [26 January 2015]
IP: 103.*.*.* | Comment Reference Number: 39074

In the President's address to the nation's 66th Republc Day, in the 5th para, the honourable President has cited the names of pandi jawaharlal nehru, sardar patel, subash chandra bose, bhagat singh, rabindranath tagore and poet subramania bharathi.

where is the name of abul kalam azad, allaama iqbal, mohamed ali showkathi ali brothers? Muhammad Ali died in England, saying if you don't give india freedom, i will rather die in britain rather than die in a country ruled by you british.

"I want to die in a country where freedom prevails" he said. mahatma gandhi when he went to attend the round table conference in britain, he said i am having two lions on my right and left shoulders, they are muhammad ali and showkath ali.

Dear Respected honourable his excellency the president of india, history cannot either be re-written or dusted out what had happenned in the independence day era. Muslims cannot be washed out or their contribution to freedom sruggle can be undermined. History has written everything clearly, and the writing on the wall is very clear.

The indian nation, is a constituent body of hindus, muslims, christians and all other minorities all over the sub continent. if the secular fabric of India is in peril, then the sounds of one nation will lose its existence. As A Muslim, i am proud to say that i am indian by nation, a muslim by religion and a tamil by language. Unitiy in Diversity is the key to open all progressive roads to march forward - to keep india intact for ever.

Men may come and men may go but india will go for ever. Manmohan singh yesterday - Narendhira Modi today - and X,Y.Z will be next. Prime Ministers and Presidents may rule India, for just 5 years and they have to come back to the people for a fresh referendum. No one is indispensable in free india.

President has well said, "mahatma gandhi kept his eyes open and his lips sealed".

Let our present day politicians keep this in mind and rule the indian nation.

Jai Hind.

இந்த கருத்து உங்களுக்கு பிடித்துள்ளதா?

[இவரின் பிற கருத்துக்களை காண இங்கு சொடுக்கவும்]
2. திருத்தம் தேவை !
posted by MOHIDEEN ABDUL KADER (Abudhabi) [26 January 2015]
IP: 2.*.*.* United Arab Emirates | Comment Reference Number: 39076

அஸ்ஸலாமு அலைக்கும். திருத்தங்கள் தேவை

1. இன்று (ஜனவரி 26) - நாடு முழுவதும், 65வது குடியரசு தினம் [ copy & past ] 65 அல்ல 66.

2.Gandhiji organized nationwide celebrations on 26 January 1930 as Independence Day. [ copy & past ] Independence Day. அல்ல. Republic Day.

[Administrator: 66வது என மாற்றப்பட்டது. ஜனாதிபதி உரையில் குறிப்பிட்டது - காந்திஜியின் விருப்பம். நிகழ்வு அல்ல. நன்றி]

இந்த கருத்து உங்களுக்கு பிடித்துள்ளதா?

[இவரின் பிற கருத்துக்களை காண இங்கு சொடுக்கவும்]
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