New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Kartavya Path at India Gate in the capital New Delhi. In a historic event, PM said Kingsway or Rajpath, “Symbol of Slavery Erased Forever”.
After inaugurating the Kartavya Path, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his address that today Rajpath has become a matter of history.
He said, “This occasion is historic, unprecedented. We are all fortunate that we are witnessing this day and are witnessing it. From today, Rajpath has become history.”
Today a huge statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose has been installed near the India Gate. During British rule, a statue of a representative of the Britishers stood here. With installation of statue of Netaji, we've established a new path for an empowered India: PM Modi pic.twitter.com/HEtOdHd4Fs— ANI (@ANI) September 8, 2022
PM Modi Says ‘Symbol of Slavery Erased Forever’
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “Symbol of colonialism ‘Kingsway’ will be a history and has been erased forever. A new era has begun in the form of Kartvyapath. I congratulate all the people of the country as we come out from another symbol of colonialism.”
He said, “The symbol of slavery, the Rajpath, has become a matter of history from today, has been erased forever. Today a new history has been created in the form of duty. I congratulate you very much for getting rid of another identity.
With Netaji Statue at India Gate, We Have Established New Path for an Empowered India: PM
Speaking at inauguration of the spectacular 'Kartavya Path' in New Delhi. https://t.co/5zmO1iqZxj— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 8, 2022
PM Modi said with the statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose installed at India Gate, the country has established a new path for an empowered nation. “Today a huge statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose has been installed near the India Gate. During British rule, a statue of a representative of the Britishers stood here. With the installation of the statue of Netaji, we have established a new path for an empowered India,” he said.
PM Modi said, “Today a huge statue of our national leader Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose has also been installed near India Gate. At the time of slavery, there was a statue of the representative of British Raj. Today the country has established the statue of Netaji at the same place. He has also done the life of a modern, strong India.
During this, the Prime Minister said that he would invite all the workers working on the redevelopment project of Central Vista for the Republic Day parade on 26 January.