‘Tricolour – a reflection of the pride of our past commitment to the present and dreams of the future’

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PM addresses the Tiranga Yatra in Surat, Gujarat

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi addressed the ‘Tiranga Yatra’ in Surat on 10 August, 2022. The PM began his address by wishing everyone a very Happy ‘Amrit Mahotsav’ and recalled that in a few days’ time, India is completing 75 years of its independence. The Prime Minister said that all of us are preparing for this historic Independence Day as the Tricolour is hoisted in every corner of India.

Prime Minister Shri Modi remarked that every corner of Gujarat is full of enthusiasm, and Surat has only added to its glory. He said, “The attention of the whole country is on Surat today. In a way, a mini India is being seen in the Tiranga Yatra of Surat. People from all sections of society are involved in it.” The Prime Minister further added that Surat has shown the real uniting power of the Tricolour. The Prime Minister further added that even though Surat has made a mark on the world because of its business and its industries, today, the Tiranga Yatra will be the centre of attention for the entire world.

While addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister acknowledged the people of Surat who brought alive the spirit of our freedom struggle in the Tiranga Yatra. He said, “There is a clothing seller, shopkeeper, somebody is a craftsman of looms, someone is a sewing and embroidery artisan, another one in transportation, they are all connected.” He appreciated the efforts of the entire textile industry of Surat who turned this into a grand event. The Prime Minister congratulated everyone for this Jan Bhagidari in the Tricolor campaign, especially Shri Sanwar Prasad Budhia, and the volunteers associated with ‘Saket – Service is the goal’ group who started this initiative. The Prime Minister further thanked Member of Parliament Shri CR Patil who empowered this initiative.

‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’

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Shri Narendra Modi said, “Our national flag itself has been a symbol of the country’s textile industry, the country’s Khadi and our self-reliance.” He said Surat has always prepared the basis for a self-reliant India in this field. The Prime Minister further added that Gujarat led the freedom struggle in the form of Bapu and gave heroes like Iron Man Sardar Patel who laid the foundation of ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ after independence. The message emanating from the Bardoli movement and the Dandi Yatra united the entire country.

Shri Modi remarked that the Tricolour of India does not contain only three colours in it, but is a reflection of the pride of our past, our commitment to the present and our dreams of the future. The Prime Minister mentioned that our Tricolour is a symbol of India’s unity, India’s integrity and India’s diversity. Our fighters saw the future of the country in the Tricolour, saw the dreams of the country, and never let it bow down by any means. The Prime Minister remarked that after 75 years of independence when we are beginning the journey of a new India, the Tricolour is once again representing the unity and consciousness of India.

‘Har Ghar Tiranga Abhiyan’

The Prime Minister expressed happiness that the Tiranga Yatras being held across the country are a reflection of the power and devotion of the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga Abhiyan’. The Prime Minister said, “From August 13 to 15, the Tricolour will be hoisted in every house of India. People from every section of the society, every caste and creed are spontaneously joining with only one identity. This is the identity of the conscientious citizen of India.”

Public participation will strengthen the foundation of new India

Shri Modi emphasised that this is the identity of the child of Mother India. He expressed immense satisfaction after men and women, youths, elders, everybody is playing their role in supporting the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign. The Prime Minister also expressed happiness that many poor people, weavers and handloom workers are also getting additional income due to the ‘Har Ghar Tricolor’ campaign.
Shri Narendra Modi concluded his address by underlining the importance of such events that give new energy to our resolutions in the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’. He said, “These campaigns of public participation will strengthen the foundation of New India.”