Frontline staff went past their name of obligation throughout COVID: President Ram Nath Kovind


Tribune Web Desk
New Delhi, August 14

President Ram Nath Kovind mentioned this 12 months’s I-Day celebrations shall be restrained as lethal virus has disrupted all actions and brought a heavy toll.

“It was a superhuman effort on the part of the government to respond effectively in meeting the challenges due to COVID pandemic,” the president mentioned in his handle.

He mentioned the 12 months had been notably tough, given the COVID-19  pandemic. He additionally praised the work of frontline staff at the moment of disaster, saying they went a lot past the decision of obligation to avoid wasting lives and supply important companies.

President Ram Nath Kovind‘s speech on the eve of the 74th Independence Day touched upon various subjects—the ongoing pandemic and the problems it caused, the border standoff with China, the Centre’s National Education Policy and even the Ram Temple, basis of which was laid in a ceremony on August 5.   

“Difficult times won’t last. Don’t give up working for your dreams,” he instructed college students, as faculties stay closed due to the pandemic.  It was a tough 12 months, however we are going to emerge triumphant.”

He additionally praised the central authorities’s National Education Policy (NEP), saying it had a long run imaginative and prescient with “far-reaching impact”. With companies

Highlights

19:22: As a democracy, we have a lot to supply to the world: President Ram Nath Kovind 

19:20: The individuals of this nation had been affected person, they usually received their reward within the Ram Temple. I congraulate individuals on this nation: Ram Nath Kovind. 

19:20: The National Education Policy will empower the youth: Ram Nath Kovind

19:15: It was a tough 12 months, however we are going to emerge triumphant: President

19:10: Indebted to healthworkers

 



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