PM Modi inaugurates Prime Minister Museum  

Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the inauguration of the Prime Minister Museum in New Delhi on April 14, 2022. (Photo/PIB)

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Pradhanmantri Sanghralaya in New Delhi on April 14, 2022.

Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister noted various festivals being celebrated today.

He also paid tributes to Babasaheb Ambedkar and said: “The constitution of which Babasaheb was the main architect, that constitution gave us the basis of the Parliamentary system. The main responsibility of this Parliamentary system has been on the office of the Prime Minister of the country. It is my good fortune that today I have got the opportunity to dedicate the Prime Minister’s Museum to the nation.”

He also acknowledged and greeted the families of the past Prime Ministers present on the occasion.

The Prime Minister emphasized “When the country is celebrating the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence, then this museum has come as a grand inspiration. In these 75 years, the country has seen many proud moments. The importance of these moments in the window of history is incomparable.”

The Prime Minister reiterated his appreciation of the contribution of all the governments since independence.

He said: “Every government formed in independent India has contributed in taking the country to the height it is at today. I have repeated this thing many times from Red Fort also.”

The Prime Minister said that the museum has also become a living reflection of the shared heritage of each government.  

The Prime Minister expressed pride in the fact that many of the Prime Ministers came from ordinary families. The fact of such leaders coming from extremely poor, farmer families reaching the position of the Prime Minister strengthens the faith in Indian democracy and its traditions, he said. 
Noting India’s status as the mother of democracy, the Prime Minister said “The great feature of India’s democracy is that it has been continuously changing with the passage of time. In every era, in every generation, there has been a continuous effort to make democracy more modern and empowered.”

The Prime Minister said barring a couple of exceptions, India has a proud tradition of strengthening democracy in a democratic way.

Recalling the rich history and prosperous era of India, the Prime Minister laid stress on spreading awareness about the correct picture of India’s heritage and present. 

He said the government’s efforts to bring back the stolen heritage from abroad, celebrating places of the glorious heritage, preserving memories of the freedom fighters in places like Jalianwala Memorial, Panch Teerth commemorating Babasaheb, Freedom Fighter Museum, tribal history museum are the steps in that direction

Commenting on the logo of the museum which has many hands holding the chakra, the Prime Minister said that the Chakra is the symbol of 24-hour continuity and resolve for prosperity and hard work. This resolve, consciousness, and strength are going to define India’s development in the coming 25 years, Prime Minister Modi emphasized.

PM Modi underlined the changing world order and India’s growing status in that order. (Press Release)

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