New Delhi Jagran Lifestyle Desk: In India, Republic Day is celebrated every year on 26 January and this time the country will celebrate its 72nd Republic Day. The Constitution of India came into force on this day. Indian was a colony of British for more than 200 years and after that, it became independent from the rule of British Raj after the struggle of Indian independence movement.
History of republic day
Without telling, the Congress party demanded Purna Swaraj on the last Sunday of January 1930, which fell on 26 January.
On December 9, 1946, the Constituent Assembly met for the first time in New Delhi at the Constituent Assembly, and a draft committee was appointed thereafter and as the chairman of the committee, Dr. BR Ambedkar was appointed. The Constituent Assembly took almost three years (two years, eleven months and seventeen days to be exact) to complete the drafting of the constitution for independent India. The Constitution was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on 26 November 1949. It came into force on 26 January 1950.
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Jawaharlal Nehru also wrote in his autobiography, “On January 26, 1930, Independence Day arrived, and it came before us, in a flash, the country’s strongest and zealous mood. There is something about peace and peace everywhere with great deeds Was very influential. Pledging freedom without any speech or speech.
What changes will be seen in Republic Day 2021?
The day is celebrated by parading national flag, defense and paramilitary forces, some traditional demonstrations, and display of various tableaux.
However, this year Republic Day celebration will be slightly different due to coronovirus. Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited UK PM Borish Johnson as the chief guest for the 72nd Republic Day, but he canceled his visit to India on 5 January due to the outbreak of the new coronovirus strain.
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Subsequently, the Ministry of External Affairs informed that due to the global COVID-19 status, there will be no foreign state head or head of government as the chief guest for the Republic Day event. This will be the fourth time in history when India will celebrate its Republic Day as the chief guest without any foreign leader. The last time this happened was in 1966, and before that in 1953 and 1952.