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Celebrating 74th Republic Day
1/25/2023 11:05:12 PM

India is celebrating its 74th Republic Day. On this day in 1950 the country adopted the Constitution with a pledge to safeguard the fundamental rights of the citizens.
The fundamental rights are enshrined in the part-III of the Constitution from Article 12 to Article 32.
Besides providing the fundamental rights the Constitution also enjoins upon the citizens to perform their fundamental duties and act responsibly.
India's constitution is quasi-federal as it's based on the principle separation of power between the Centre and the State but in case of emergency the Centre can take control of the states within the Union of India.
The 74th Republic Day is a proud moment for every Indian as it reminds us about the achievements of the country. India is the largest democracy in the world and has followed the Constitution in letter and spirit.
Despite facing numerous challenges the country's leadership has held its ground and has remained firm on the commitments that were made by the founders of the nation.
On the occasion of Republic-Day India will showcase its strength to full during the parade at Janpath in New Delhi. As Indians we have to be proud of what our country has achieved during the past 75-years of Independence. India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and is ranked as the 5th largest economy. No country can match the skills and expertise of the Indian Army.
As on date Indians are placed in every nook and corner of the world and have carved a niche for themselves by the virtue of their hard work and talent. Indians have made India proud and have proven it to the world that they are no less than anyone else.
The foundations that were laid down by the founders of the nation have become strong with each passing day as the leaders have followed their writings in letter and spirit.
India is marching ahead on the path of prosperity. Every citizen has to understand that he is duty bound to contribute towards nation building and it's his/her responsibility to carry forward the vision of the people who laid down their lives to secure the country's freedom from the British. Happy Republic Day to all.
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