India pays tribute to Sardar Patel on National Unity Day

Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Damodar Modi on Sunday, 31st October, 2021 said that India is becoming fully capable of meeting any internal or external challenge, whereby he also added that country will soon be able to achieve its aim if people stay united.

PM Narendra Modi addressed the nation on the auspicious occasion of the birth anniversary of the first Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister of the Country, Sardar Vallabhai Patel. The Whole nation observed the day as ‘National Unity Day’ and took a pledge to be united forever remembering the great deeds of the Iron Man of India.  While addressing the nation, Mr Modi said that on every front, be it land, water, air, space India’s capabilities and resolve are now unprecedented.

Prime Minister Modi in his official statement said, “Sardar Patel always wanted India to be capable, inclusive, sensitive, alert, humble and developed. He always prioritised national interest”. Adding to that, he said today India is looking up to him for inspiration, the country is really moving forward to become self-reliant in the very near future. India is now also capable of all types of challenges.

In the continuation of his speech, he said that the nation is paying tribute to Sardar Patel who gave his life for ‘Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat’, Sardar Patel not only lives in history but also in the hearts of all Indians. Union Home Minister, Mr Amit Shah also paid tribute to Sardar Vallabhai Patel whereby he said that the iron man of India will continue to inspire generations to come and the statue of unity is dedicated to Sardar Patel and it is also a message to the whole world that nobody can dare to break the country’s unity and integrity.

Mr Shah said that the statue is a true homage to Sardar Patel by Prime Minister Modi, who had visualised the tallest structure. A leader like Sardar Patel was born once in centuries and inspires people for centuries. 

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