New Delhi 72nd Independence Day:
Today is the 72nd Independence Day (Independence Day 2018) and today there is an atmosphere of celebration throughout the country. On the occasion of Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) will address the country today with the ramparts of Lala Fort. Prior to the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, PM Narendra Modi will be the last speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort. In such a scenario, the eyes of the whole country are based on PM Modi’s speech, what exactly does PM Modi say something new and give it to the nation? There can be a lot of specialization in the Prime Minister’s speech, it is being expected that PM can also announce many new government schemes in his address. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also congratulated the country on Independence Day via Twitter on Wednesday morning. With the Independence Day, the Police force was deployed in the Delhi NCR on the rallies. On this occasion, Delhi Police is conducting intensive investigations on all border boundaries. Police personnel on the Delhi-Faridabad border were also involved in the investigation of vehicles.
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– Prime Minister Narendra Modi also tweeted the country’s Independence Day greetings.
Independence Day greetings to the people of India Jai hind! #IndependenceDayIndia
Good luck to all the countrymen on the auspicious occasion of Independence Day! Jai Hind!
In addressing the nation’s name on the eve of the country’s 72nd Independence Day, President Kovind said, “Today we are standing at a turning point in our history which is very different in itself. Today, we are very close to many such goals, for whom we have been trying for years. ”
President Ramnath Kovind today said that the country is passing through a decisive phase, instead of engaging in issues of distraction and falling into redundant disputes, all should work together to overcome poverty, illiteracy and inequality.
The speech delivered by PM Modi will be available on Google’s homepage (home page). Prasar Bharati has tied up with the American company Google for the live broadcast of Modi speech on the Internet.