Independence Day Speech

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Respected teachers and my dear friends, wish you a happy independence day. I am extremely honoured to stand before you on this special day, 15th August, on which we celebrate India's Independence day. On 15th August 1947, India got freedom from the British rule after 200 years. This national festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over the country. This day is to remember our great leaders, freedom fighters ...view middle of the document...

Dear friends, with every passing year we learn more & more about India, its charismatic leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore, B R Ambedkar and Subhash Chandra Bose. It's our duty to pay homage to all those who have laid down their lives to make the country free from foreign dominance.

But today some anti-social elements want to disturb our nation. They want to create problems for people of our country. Here comes our responsibility to fight back. Well my dear friends, what can we as a student do at this juncture? Should we go and catch the terrorists? Should we fight against the corrupted politicians? Or should we take over the country into our hands by waging another war for freedom? No, we are not expected to do all these things. We must keep observing things around us. We will have our own day. Before that, let us do our duty of preparing ourselves to be well-educated citizens of tomorrow. Let us do our duty sincerely and study hard to achieve a goal. Today we require youngsters with lot of knowledge and energy. Illiteracy is the first enemy for a democratic nation. Let us get rid of illiteracy and take India to a bright future.

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