Indian President Pranab Mukherjee said that the country should guard itself against forces of violence, intolerance and unreason. Presidentt said in remarks that come against the backdrop of debate on intolerance in the country, reverence for the past is one of the essential ingredients of nationalism. Our finest inheritance, the institutions of democracy, ensure to all citizens justice, equality, and geconomic equity.
When grim instances of violence hit at these established values which are at the core of our nationhood, it is time to take note. When the president is addressing to the nation on the eve of 67th Republic Day he said we must guard ourselves against the forces of violence, intolerance and unreason, address to the nation on the eve of 67th Republic Day.
The President said January 26, 1950, when the Republic was born and Constitution was adopted, it saw the culmination of heroic struggle of an extraordinary generation of leaders who overcame colonialism to establish the world's largest democracy.
He said that they pulled together India's amazing diversity to build national unity, which has brought us so far. The enduring democratic institutions they established have given us the gift of continuity on the path of progress.

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