President Draupadi Murmu Speech. Draupadi Murmu has taken oath as the 15th President of the country. Chief Justice NV Ramana of the Supreme Court administered the oath of office to him. Draupadi Murmu is the second woman President of the country. She is the first tribal woman to hold the country’s highest constitutional post and the first president to be born in independent India.
Draupadi Murmu addressed the dignitaries present during her first ceremonial address after taking the oath of office. In his address, he addressed many important issues like Corona, Digital, Education.
Tribal contribution appreciated in freedom struggle
Draupadi Murmu gave her first formal speech in the Central Hall of Parliament after taking the oath of office. During this, he said, “Reaching the post of President is not my personal achievement, it is the achievement of every poor of India. I am also the first President of the country who was born in independent India.” President Draupadi Murmu lauded the tribal contribution in the freedom struggle and said, “From Santhal revolution, Paika revolution to Kol revolution and Bhil revolution, the tribal contribution in the freedom struggle was further strengthened.”
He said that we were inspired by the sacrifice of ‘Dharti Aaba’ Lord Birsa Munda ji for social upliftment and patriotism. We have taken life forward. I have realized the importance of forests and water bodies in my life. We take necessary resources from nature and serve nature with equal reverence.
India’s achievement on corona vaccine
President Draupadi Murmu, in her first address, appreciated India’s step in the prevention of corona infection. He said in his speech that just a few days ago India has made a record of applying 200 crore doses of corona vaccine. The patience, courage and cooperation shown by the people of India in this entire battle is a symbol of our growing strength and sensitivity as a society.
Emphasis on everyone’s effort and everyone’s duty
President Draupadi Murmu said in her first address that in 75 years as a parliamentary democracy, India has carried forward the resolve of progress through participation and consensus. In our country full of diversities, we are active in building ‘Ek Bharat – Shrestha Bharat’ by adopting many languages, religions, sects, food habits, living habits, customs. We have to work at a fast pace in this Amritkal to fulfill the expectations that our freedom fighters had made from us citizens of independent India. In these 25 years, the path of accomplishment of Amritkal will move forward on two tracks – everyone’s effort and everyone’s duty.
The tribals are seeing their reflection in me
President Draupadi Murmu, while addressing the dignitaries present in her first grueling in the Central Hall, said that it is a matter of great satisfaction for me that those who were deprived for centuries, who were away from the benefits of development, they are poor, downtrodden, backward and The tribals are seeing their reflection in me. Today, I assure all the countrymen, especially the youth of India and the women of India, that while working on this post, their interests will be paramount for me.
He said that in this election of mine, the courage of today’s youth of India who walk on new paths out of old ruts is also included. Today I feel proud to lead such a progressive India. She said that I want all our sisters and daughters to be empowered more and more and they continue to increase their contribution in every field of the country.
Remembering the lessons of freedom fighters
President Draupadi Murmu Recalling the sacrifices and education of the freedom fighters of the country in his speech, he said that countless freedom fighters like Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Nehru ji, Sardar Patel, Babasaheb Ambedkar, Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru, Chandrashekhar Azad made us the nation. He was taught to keep self-respect paramount. Many heroines like Rani Lakshmibai, Rani Velu Nachiyar, Rani Gaidinluy and Rani Chennamma had given new heights to the role of women power in nation defense and nation building.