J&K LG Emphasises Unparalleled Patriotism & Societal Power to Forge Development on Independence Day

Today’s celebration is reminding us that there is no other love greater than the love of the country, said the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir, Shri Manoj Sinha on the Azadi ka Mahotsav of India’s 77th Independence Day after wataching a light and sound show. sikhaata hai jab khud sahi ho shararat, watan ko ab uski jarrorat nahi hai, nahi izzat-e-kaum jiski nazar mein, jahan mein uski izzat nahi hai There is no selfishness in the love of the country. It is selfless. The love of country is like a falling waterfall inside every citizen. The willingness to sacrifice oneself for love. I see the spirit of sacrificing oneself for love here. In the Tiranga yatra and Meri Mati Mera Desh programme, I could see the sparkle in people’s eyes, the undying love for the motherland. The immense love soul has for the motherland. Many people have felt it, not just us, LG said. It’s patriotic love. It is the power of the society which breaks the mountains and creates a new path of development. We shall never forget our forefathers and this country stands on a strong foundation of spiritual and cultural heritage. The system of social harmony has ensured that we will fulfill all the aspirations and dreams of life. यूनान-ओ-मिस्र-ओ-रूमा, सब मिट गए जहाँ से। अब तक मगर है बाक़ी, नाम-ओ-निशाँ हमारा। कुछ बात है कि हस्ती, मिटती नहीं हमारी। सदियों रहा है दुश्मन, दौर-ए-ज़माँ हमारा। I would like to say one more thing today in the celebration of Independence, said the Lieutenant Governor. You know people often ask what the biggest thing in the world is. Money, Wealth, Gun, Power? No, the biggest thing in the world is truth and respect, LG said. Mahatma Gandhi had no power, gun, money and wealth. He had truth and he had respect for ultimate effort and ultimate penance. Different voices will emerge in our country too. But later all together will create a melody of sweetness. This is the symbol of all the citizens of the society. The Lieutenant Governor concluded his Independence Day speech with the poem of Josh Malihabadi… ऐ वतन आज से क्या हम तिरे शैदाई हैं आँख जिस दिन से खुली तेरे तमन्नाई हैं मुद्दतों से तिरे जल्वों के तमाशाई हैं हम तो बचपन से तिरे आशिक़-ओ-सौदाई हैं पहले जिस चीज़ को देखा वो फ़ज़ा तेरी थी पहले जो कान में आई वो सदा तेरी थी पालना जिस ने हिलाया वो हवा तेरी थी जिस ने गहवारे में चूमा वो सबा तेरी थी तेरे हाथों में है क़िस्मत का नविश्ता अपना किस क़दर तुझ से भी मज़बूत है रिश्ता अपना हम ज़मीं को तिरी नापाक न होने देंगे तेरे दामन को कभी चाक न होने देंगे ऐ वतन जोश है फिर क़ुव्वत-ए-ईमानी में ख़ौफ़ क्या दिल को सफ़ीना है जो तुग़्यानी में ग़र्क़ करने को जो कहते हैं ज़माने वाले मुस्कुराते हैं तिरी नाव चलाने वाले

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