Building blocks of a nation’s rural and agricultural development: Prez

India’s President Ram Nath Kovind, addressing a massive rally at Harmohan Paramedical College and Nursing Institute in Meharban Singh Ka Purwa on Wednesday, said the main building blocks of nation-building are development rural and agricultural as well as gram panchayat.

Insisting on the need to develop education, he said that a nation could grow in leaps and bounds with the momentum of education. He said that Kanpur had at the same time carved out a niche not only in the field of industrialization but also in the field of education and this was corroborated by the fact that today there is a network of educational institutions. also contributing to the development of India in their own respective ways.

He said that Kanpur is well connected with all directions, and thus taking advantage of this advantage, it has also become an educational center. He said that under the current circumstances, the responsibility for further development, through education, rests with the people of this city.

Paying tribute to Chaudhary Harmohan, President Kovind gave the family credit for expanding education in the region and hoped it would continue to give it new impetus. He added that achieving the Millennium Development Goals was central to sustainable development, as sustainable rural development was vital for the economic and social viability of a nation.

He added that a healthy and vibrant agricultural sector was also an important basis for rural development, generating strong links with other economic sectors and relied heavily on the gram panchayats who were also running the business.

President Kovind, descending the path of memory, said Chaudhary Harmohanji believes in the spirit of brotherhood and fellowship. He hoped that this fraternity, envisioned by Chaudhary Harmohanji, could become a reality and help end the large chasm that exists in the current social system. He stated that once this was adopted in the true letter and in the minds of each person, factors such as caste, brotherhood, denomination, superiors and inferiors would come to an end once and for all, giving birth to a new India focused on equality and progress. He hoped that the existing social evil would end, making India a paradise.

President Kovind said Kanpur was his hometown and had a rich cultural and historical heritage and added that he was concerned that the current generation is gradually distancing itself from reality and from the contributions of many others in the struggle for the freedom. He said it was ironic that people remember Nanarao Peshwa, Tatya Tope, Rani Laxmibai, Chandra Shekhar Azad and Bhagat Singh, but they ignored celebrities and patriots like Azizan Bai, Jaidev Kapoor, Shiv Kumar Verma, Vijay Kumar Singh, Dr Gaya Prasad and so, it was incumbent on the present generation to awaken an awakening among the future generation to understand and pay homage to those martyrs who had sacrificed their lives for the nation.

Kovind said he has deep roots in Kanpur as he was born, raised and educated there and eventually became President of India. So he had deep ties and feelings for Kanpur to ensure massive development in every sphere and emerge as a living example for the rest of the country.

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