Social: ‘ ‘Dada’ taught the lessons of nationalism to the Union’

_101925130_daf053ca-0048-4f22-b7be-90b5e8ce1405.jpgFormer President Pranab Mukherjee had come to address the volunteers at the headquarters of the National Volunteer union, Nagpur on Thursday evening.

Pranab Mukherjee’s speech was waiting for a long time. Some people were looking at this decision as the beginning of the dialogue, while others were criticizing them for going there.

But the former president won the hearts of many people from his speech. Immediately after the speech ended, they started trending on social media.
Pranab said that the nationality of India is not in one language and one religion. We are the people who trust in the Vasudhaiva family.

He said that people of India speak more than 122 languages, speak more than 1600 dialects. Here there are seven great followers of religion and all under the control of an arrangement, a flag and an Indian identity.

Rajesh Kumar Pandey wrote, “Dr. Pranab Mukherjee spoke about nationalism, delivered excellent speech.”

The former president said that we can agree, can disagree, but we can not suppress ideological diversity.
He said, “After spending more than 50 years of public life, I am saying that pluralism, tolerance, mixed culture, multilingualism is the soul of our country.”

Joey Das has written. “Respect for Pranab Mukherjee. He reached the RSS headquarters passing through the stone age and explained the true meaning of nationalism, by quoting those people whom he hated – Nehru and Gandhi.

The well-known journalist Sagarika Ghosh wrote, “Former President Pranab Mukherjee taught the lessons of constitutional nationalism that passed through diversity and took the message to saffron gad. And by whom, these words are quoted somewhere, given by Jawaharlal Nehru, the enemy of the Union. ”
Pranab said that our national identity will be in jeopardy with hate and intolerance. Jawaharlal Nehru had said that there is space for all kinds of diversity in Indian nationalism. All nationalities of India are contained in nationalism. There is no difference between caste, religion, race and language.

He said, “India’s nationalism is different from the European nation-state. India’s nationalism is in the Vasudhaiva family. There is a long process to achieve our national identity. There is complete space for linguistic and religious diversity. ”
Tarun Saxena wrote on this speech, “Dada entered the Sangh’s house and made a surgical strike.”

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