India Celebrates 71st Republic Day, Here’s Who Said What

On 26th January 2020, India celebrates 71st Republic Day, the very day on which India gave itself it’s Constitution 7 decades ago.

Delhi| India celebrates it’s 71st Republic Day on 26th January. On 26th January 1949, the Constituent Assembly of free India gave the country it’s constitution.

Here’s what the key leaders have to say on this auspicious day:

1) Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished Indian citizens on this day from his Twitter handle.

2) Congress leader Rahul Gandhi wished the citizens on the occasion of Republic Day.

3) Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal also extended his wishes on the Republic day.

4) President Ramnath Kovind addressed the country on the eve of Republic Day. He also extended his wishes on the 71st Republic Day.

5) Bihar CM Nitish Kumar also wished citizens on the Republic day.

6) UP CM Yogi Adityanath wished on the occasion of Republic day and asked citizen to remember people who have sacrificed their lives for the country.


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