All Citizens’ First Priority Should Be Their Fundamental Duties, Prime Minister Modi Said on Constitution Day

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All Citizens’ First Priority Should Be Their Fundamental Duties, Prime Minister Modi Said on Constitution Day

The fulfilment of fundamental obligations should be citizens’ top priority, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as the country advances toward the centennial of its independence.

PM Modi remarked during Constitution Day festivities at the Supreme Court that India, which is experiencing tremendous development and economic progress, is being watched by the entire globe.

The country will take over the G-20 chairmanship next week, the prime minister added, and this is a significant opportunity to showcase its contributions to the globe.

“As Team India, we must work to elevate India’s standing overseas and highlight its contributions to the international community. “India’s standing as the birthplace of democracy needs to be strengthened,” stated Prime Minister Modi. This is a duty we both have.”

Fundamental Duties Should Be First Priority Of All Citizens: PM Narendra  Modi On Constitution Day

He said he is happy to report that the nation, which he described as the “mother of democracy,” is reaffirming its founding principles and the spirit of the Constitution, and that pro-people policies are giving the nation’s poor and women more power.

“The opening three words of the Preamble of the Constitution, “We the people,” are a call, a trust, and an oath. This Constitution’s guiding principles reflect the ethos of India, the country that gave the world democracy. The Constitution today has included all of the national’s cultural and moral sentiments “added PM Modi.

According to the Prime Minister, despite early concerns about its stability, India is forging ahead with all of its might and taking pleasure in its diversity.

Invoking Mahatma Gandhi, Prime Minister Modi stated that fundamental rights are obligations that should be met by citizens with the utmost commitment and sincere integrity.

He referred to the Amrit Kaal, the subsequent 25-year journey toward becoming a developed country, as the “Kartavya Kaal,” or a period of performing the fundamental obligations.

“National service obligations are fulfilled during Azadi Ka Amrit Kaal. Our obligations are our first priority, whether they pertain to individuals or institutions “The Prime Minister emphasised that the country can reach new levels of growth by following one’s duties.

PM Modi also emphasised the importance of educating young people about the Constitution in order to help them grasp issues like empowerment and equality.

PM Modi also honoured the victims of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks on 26/11, which occurred as India was commemorating the Constitution’s promulgation.

The Prime Minister also unveiled fresh initiatives for the e-court project, which uses ICT-enabled courts to offer services to litigants, attorneys, and the judiciary.

Among other projects, he unveiled the “virtual justice clock,” “JustIS” mobile app 2.0, “digital court,” and “S3WaaS” websites.

Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud, Law Minister Kiren Rijiju, Supreme Court justices, Attorney General R Venkataramani, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, and President of the Supreme Court Bar Association Vikas Singh all attended the Constitution Day celebrations.







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