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Education minister Dharmendra Pradhan stated the book on President Kovind’s speeches will enrich public discourse. Union I&B minister Anurag Thakur referred to as the President’s speeches part of India’s heritage. 

Union training, talent improvement and entrepreneurship minister Dharmendra Pradhan and union data & broadcasting minister Anurag Thakur on Wednesday launched a books titled ‘Loktantra ke Swar’ and ‘The Republican Ethic’comprising chosen speeches of President Ram Nath Kovind. 

This is the fourth quantity of the sequence that includes the fourth year of Kovind’s presidency, the federal government assertion stated. 

“The compilation of speeches by the President of India Shri Ramnath Kovind in his 4th year in office is a good barometer for the state of the nation. This book captures President’s thoughts on varied topics such as public service, ethics, education, aspirations of our youth, contemporary global issues. The book will enrich public discourse and serve as guiding light towards taking India forward in the Amrit Kaal,” Pradhan stated. 

Information & broadcasting minister Anurag Thakur reiterated that India is present process vital transition because the nation marks ‘Azaadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ and look to leap into the long run.

“The speeches of the President of India are part of our heritage – preserving for posterity the vision, the aspirations and the achievements of the nation, reflected in the wise words of our Head of the State. Through his speeches, President has captured the essence and flavour of India in all its hues,” Thakur stated.

Thakur lauded the Publication Division of Ministry of Information and Broadcasting efficiently finishing this project and congratulated all stakeholders concerned within the course of, the federal government assertion learn.

“In a very short span of time in office, the President has made a distinct mark in the way he reaches out to the common citizens of this country, touching the chord of emotions, expectations and aspirations of our fellow citizens,” the minister stated.

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