Full Text of PM Rahul Gandhi’s Speech on August 15th, 2015

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Today, dear countrymen, I stand in front of you as the Prime Minister of the Republic of India.

As I stand here, I can only think of a few things – how awesome we are. India is a great country built with great principles by great leaders. We the people are even more great. It is important that we realized the importance of the values that have been put in our bodies by great people like Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi.

On such an auspicious day, I would like to recall that the Congress party is committed to seeing a united India. We invite youngsters from all over the country to join the Youth Congress and become more aware about India. They can contribute to this great growing nation with their knowledge and ability.

We know that our neighbours have made our lives very difficult. But I promise you we will not sit back and watch. We will do something about them. But today let me ask to the people of India – does Pakistan matter? It is a small piece of land. Look at United States – a big piece of land. Or China – even bigger piece of land. They should matter more to us.

In my mind, Pakistan doesn’t matter to me for five seconds…not even one second. If you notice, the attitude of the world has changed today. Pakistan is not a one-day job. It is more of a test cricket job. It needs more time to sort itself out. 

Today, the Real India is engulfed with poverty while Fake India lives on in the cities enjoying their Pepsis and popcorns in multiplexes. We need to bridge this gap between Real India and Fake India. It is the Congress Party’s commitment to see this gap reduced. We have always believed in ideology of uplift of Real India which consists of poor and downtrodden.

Let’s hope for a great future for this country. I wish you All The Best.

Speech inspired from Rahul Gandhi himself.

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8 thoughts on “Full Text of PM Rahul Gandhi’s Speech on August 15th, 2015

  1. yeah.. good one
    but why does we want our leaders to be best in each n every field ? we all have a monster & an angel at somewhere in our mind but the thing is that we must focus on the angel but as a human for a sec the monster becomes more powerfull. does it mean that that person is not proficient or not to be allowed as a leader or not given a chance to improve it ?

  2. Sir,
    i am a vry big fan of yours nd i really support your thoughts and want to becom a politician after i settle wid my masters degree in management and i am fully updated with all your updates. And i seriously admire you as my hero!! hope i stnd by you some day in future and work on India’s progress!!
    Yours sincerely
    Tushar Dhariwal
    ( Raipur CG)

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