National Unity Day 2020: PM Modi Inaugurates Seaplane Service From Statue Of Unity To Sabarmati

Early Life Of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel

Sardar Vallabhbhai Jhaverbhai Patel was an astoundingly popular Indian politician; he was born on 31st October 1875.

He was born in Kheda with his early life spent in the countryside of Gujrat. He was appointed as the 49th President of the Indian National Congress and with his leadership, he promoted the Quit India Movement, one of the most followed movements in Indian history.

He served the country on important positions like the minister of information, home affairs, and states, and has always been a keen and focused person.

In his years of excellent life, he served as the First Deputy Prime Minister of India who focused on the integration of India’s building system with his guidance.

He was a senior Indian National Congress’s leader who was also served the position of Home Minister during the Indo-Pak war of 1947.

He belonged to an independent family who was capable of holding their family together under any circumstances.

He completed his early studies from a primary school in Karamasad and his high school education from Petlad. He was a hugely prepared and self-taught student with excellent skills.

He was married by the age of 16 and later he managed to pass the “District Pleader’s Examination” and studied law.

With his independent office in Godhra, in 1900, he distinguished himself from others with his precision and challenging manners as a lawyer.

He died in Mumbai on 15th December 1950 due to a heart attack.

Rashtriya Ekta Diwas

Today, on 31st October, in 2014, the government announced the day as the National Unity Day to mark Sardar Patel’s birth anniversary.

Our Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi, in his two-day trip to Gujrat, has visited the Statue of Unity on the second day to pay tributes to Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel.

Mr. Modi, on the glorious occasion, recapitulated words on terrorism with a focus on “Unity” on this day.

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is regarded as the most renowned politician and the greatest freedom fighter, and hence 31st October is now marked as the National Unity Day or RashtriyaEktaDiwas, marking Sardar Patel’s urge to bring India as “one”.

On 30th October 2020, Mr. Modi inaugurated the Jungle Safari, also called Sardar Patel Zoological Park in Kevadia which is set up very close to the Statue of Unity, measuring 182-meter.

On 30th October, various other necessities like “Children Nutrition Park”, “Ekta Mall” and “Arogya Van” which will mark the important changes and necessities in the state of Gujrat.

Updates During The Kevadia Attending:

Seaplane Service National Unity Day 2020
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Prime Minister urged the people for their support and not unwanted “politics”. He mentioned how the Pulwama Attack didn’t bring a little frown on the faces of people after the loss of lives including a sacrifice of security personnel during the attack.

He requested the people to keep the “Interested Politics” away from their nations for its well-health and protection.

His focus was also pointed towards the need to resist the provoking of terrorism and said that countries need to reunite against such brutal acts causing casualties and vandalism and acts of lack of discipline in the eyes of the law.

Steps will be taken to keep Kashmir safe and within the boundaries of peace for its betterment.

A small contribution of the people of India was also praised when he mentioned how the COVID-19 patients fought day and night for their lives. May the lost lives find peace, and the warriors find a light of hope for living.

The development of a “Seaplane service” to join the Statue of Unity and Sabarmati Riverfront in Ahemdabad will be launched.

Parade in Kevadia by the participant in Rashtriya Ekta Diwas parade took place with the participation of Gujrat Police Cadre.

“Every Indian should now forget that he is a Rajput, a Sikh or a Jat” –SardarVallabhbhai Patel.

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Kritika
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