Republic Day 2023: India is celebrating its 74th Republic Day on 26 January. The Constitution of India came into force on this day itself. These national festivals are a proud occasion for everyone. On this special occasion, all the politicians and prominent personalities are giving congratulatory messages to the countrymen. Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) president Mayawati has also congratulated all the countrymen on Republic Day on this occasion. Along with this, he has appealed to the Central and State Governments to work in the spirit of ‘Sarvajan Hitaya and Sarvajan Sukhaya’.
BSP supremo Mayawati congratulated the countrymen on the Republic Day and said that on Republic Day, hearty congratulations and best wishes from me and BSP to all the Indian brothers and sisters living in the country and abroad. This continuous effort and continuous struggle should make the country develop according to the noble, public welfare and egalitarian intention of the humanist constitution of the most respected Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar. He said that the central and state governments should take the country forward by working with this holy spirit of universal welfare and universal happiness and every year on this occasion, by assessing themselves, they must tell the people how much they have fulfilled their promises and resolutions made in the last year. Played so that there is communication of confidence and enthusiasm among the public.’
Earlier CM Yogi Adityanath also congratulated the countrymen on Republic Day by tweeting. He wrote, ‘Hearty congratulations and best wishes to all the people of the state on the 74th Republic Day! Our republic is the nurturer of the best democratic values and ideals. Let us express our gratitude to our immortal freedom fighters on this great occasion and resolve to build the India of their dreams.’
President of Samajwadi Party and Leader of Opposition Akhilesh Yadav said that ‘Heartiest congratulations and best wishes to everyone on Republic Day. Let us together resolve to build such an India in which equal opportunities for progress are available to every section of the society.’