Tricolour Will Fly High When Every Indian Has Access To Good Healthcare: Kejriwal

Mumbai: Delhi CM and AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said education and health are key to becoming a rich country.

Kejriwal was talking at the Delhi government’s Independence Day event at Chhatrasal Stadium here.

Declaring that what’s in the store has a place with India, he said the country’s 130 crore individuals need to meet up and set out to make India the main country on the planet.

“We met up and sent the Britishers out. Today, in the event that we meet up, we can make India the top country on the planet,” he said.

Deploring the way that numerous countries that got freedom after India outperformed it, he repeated that instruction and medical services are critical to turning into a rich country.

“The tricolour will soar just when each Indian approaches great medical services and training. Congrats to all on 75 years of freedom. There is extraordinary euphoria and energy in the country. The air is loaded up with the enthusiasm and ‘Junoon’,” he said at the occasion.

Giving proper respect to all political dissidents and the people who battled for the development and progress of the country, he noted the time has come to celebrate progress in different fields.

“Be that as it may, we want to thoroughly consider difficulties and our future course. Many are inquiring as to why numerous nations moved beyond (us) in 75 years. Singapore which got autonomy 15 years after India and Japan which were annihilated in the Second World War stretched out beyond us. We are something like others. Indians are the smartest, dedicated individuals on the planet yet at the same time we have slacked,” he added.

He closed his location by singing ‘Murmur Honge Kamyaab’.

Follow us on Twitter, Google News and Instagram, and like us on Facebook for the latest updates and exciting stories.

Show More
Back to top button