Wednesday, December 17, 2014

PM Speech for Republic day 26th January

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Searching for PM speech for republic day? Well, there is just a month to go for the republic day. Do you know when 26th January was declared as republic day of India? It was declared as republic day of India on 26th January 1950. It was the day when the constitution of India was brought into effect.

PM Speech for Republic day 26th January

Speech for Republic day
About Republic Day:

Every year, on this day our Prime Minster gives speech and talks about the various topics of India and wishes everyone a very happy republic day. On this day, there is holiday all over India. It is one of three national holidays in India including Independence Day and Gandhi jayanti. The main republic day celebration is held in the national capital New Delhi at the rajpath. On republic day, ceremonies parades take place at the rajpath and it is performed as a tribute to India.



Prime Minister Narendra Modi, our new Prime Minister will give a speech for republic day 26th January. On this special day, every year a chief guest is invited to India at the celebration of republic day. This time on republic day 2015, our PM invited the president of the United States of America Barack Obama.

Pm speech for republic day 26th January 2015 will include greetings for republic day and discussion on various topics. PM speech for republic day might be different this time! Narendra Modi ji never prepares a speech. He just speaks from heart!

There might be discussion on “Clean India” campaign and many more on-going projects of India. There will be flag hosting and other interesting cultural activities as well including PM speech for republic day 26th January.

Isn’t it amazing? India has its own specialty. Proud to be an Indian! Let’s create a clean India, beautiful India.

Since 1950, India has been hosting head of state or government of another country as the state guest of honor for republic day celebration at the capital of India, New Delhi.

Wish you all a very happy republic day in advance! Jay Hind!

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